What to Expect When Having Fun in Connecticut Under the DECD Guidelines

Responding to COVID-19 Webinar Series - Part X:
Gym, Zoo, Frisbee?
What to Expect When Having Fun in Connecticut Under the DECD Guidelines

Monday, June 29, 2020
0:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. EDT

After months of being closed, June 17 marked the first day under the Phase 2 Reopening Connecticut guidelines where many of the state’s recreational businesses were allowed to open in some capacity.  Join us for an informational and entertaining webinar that addresses what you should expect:

  • Gyms, pools, spas and outdoor events and sports
  • Restaurants, hotels and amusement parks
  • Libraries, museums, zoos and indoor recreation

Pullman & Comley Business Organizations and Finance attorneys Kelly O'DonnellKaren Wackerman and Thomas Wilkeson together with moderator Michael Ceccorulli of the firm's Real Estate and Land Use practice, will review the guidelines businesses have been given for reopening, how you should plan for them, and what you can expect when visiting reopened establishments over the upcoming holiday weekend and summer months ahead.

Registration for the webinar is free, but it is required to access the event.  You can register for the program here.

There will be time for Q&A at the end of the call.  Questions should be sent in advance to COVID19@pullcom.com.

We invite you to visit Pullman & Comley’s FOCUS: Responding to COVID-19 for a continuously updated resource of Pullman & Comley advisories on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, including recordings of prior webinars in this series.

Recent highlights include:

WORKING TOGETHER: Connecticut Announces Rules for Phase 2 of Reopening – June 8, 2020
On June 6, 2020, Governor Lamont announced the rules for the second phase of Connecticut’s reopening plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic, planned to take effect on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.

BUSINESS LAW ALERT: The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act – A Happily Ever After? – June 5, 2020
House Bill 7010, The PPP Flexibility Act of 2020, a bipartisan bill signed into law on June 5, 2020, reveals Congress’ return to the bold intentions of the Program.

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