COVID Policy

Our COVID policy is always subject to change. (updated 9/23/22)


Vaccination required ("Fully Vaccinated" as defined by the CDC)

  • On your first visit show your vaccination card, photo ID and LindyGroove QR Code. Once we add your photo to your account you will check-in with only your QR code. Super speedy like a Disney Annual Pass!
  • We are now cashless so you must pre-purchase series lessons or pre-fund your LindyGroove account for general admission.
  • Anyone falsifying vaccination certification will be permanently banned from all LindyGroove events.


Masks recommended (but not required as of 9/23/22)

If you choose to wear a mask, please note these recommendations for the highest levels of mitigation:

  • N95 or KN95 masks offer the most protection.
  • Masks should fully cover the nose and mouth and be secure under the chin.
  • Cloth masks should be doubled with a surgical mask.
  • Please pre-test your mask. A mask that constantly falls below your nose during dancing is not effective. Different faces require different mask styles.
  • Masks with vents or exhalation valves, gaiters, scarves, bandanas and mesh material are NOT acceptable face coverings.
  • Please take our 10 second mask survey to help us plan our future mask policies.

If you have a fever or recent symptoms of a cold or flu do not come to LindyGroove. (even if you have a negative test result)

If you test positive for COVID prior to attending LindyGroove, please have a minimum of 10 days with no symptoms and a negative COVID test before attending.

If you have been exposed to someone experiencing COVID symptoms or have come into contact with someone diagnosed with COVID in the last 10 days, please do not attend.

Wash your hands before dancing and regularly to reduce COVID as well as cold and flu viruses. 

Use hand sanitizer, which is available in each room. This is not a replacement for washing your hands. 

Do not touch your face.

 

We encourage you to visit these websites and remain informed.

CDC

LA County Department of Public Health

WHO