FOX Studio Lot COVID-19 Protocols and FAQ
FOX | Studio Lot
Updated as of Friday, June 3, 2022
The Producers Guild of America is committed to the health and safety of all Produced By Conference guests and visitors, and requires strict adherence to the COVID-19 protocols set forth below.
Please take a moment to review the details before arrival, and save this page for future reference in the event that protocols are changed and/or updated.
All guests and visitors to the FOX lot are required to complete a COVID-19 self-screening survey each day prior to entering the lot. To access the online survey, go to https://workmatters.workcare.com, select Guest/Visitor access and complete the survey questions. At the end of the screening, you will receive either a green screen with a check mark or a red “Remain at Home” response. If you receive a green screen , please be sure to screenshot the status on your mobile device so that you are prepared to show the screenshot to FOX security and/or conference personnel when you enter the lot (we encourage you to complete the survey before you arrive at the lot). Anyone receiving a red “Remain at Home” screen will not be permitted to enter the lot.
You will not be asked to provide your name or email address as part of the screening process. For information on WorkCare’s privacy practices: https://www.workcare.com/about/technology-and-security.
Upon check-in at registration each day, you will be asked to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination plus booster, if eligible, per registration requirements. Anyone not able to demonstrate such proof will not be permitted to enter the Fox lot, subject to an approved religious or medical exemption. For details, please refer to the FAQ below or download a PDF version of the FAQ.
All attendees are required to wear a KN95 mask when indoors for conference sessions and events (if you do not have an appropriate mask, the PGA will provide one for you).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- When possible, sanitize and/or wash your hands frequently.
- Cover your mouth when sneezing or coughing.
- When possible, practice social distancing from other attendees.
1. What documentation can I provide if I have a medical or religious exemption from the vaccine?
If you are not eligible to receive the vaccine due to a medical exemption, please provide a letter from a licensed healthcare provider or a public health official certifying your medical exemption by June 9, 2022. If you are not eligible to receive the vaccine due to a religious exemption, please provide appropriate documentation from your religious organization regarding your religious belief(s) that conflict with the vaccination requirements for the conference by June 9, 2022.
If eligible for an exemption, you will be required to wear a KN95 mask during the event (both indoors and outdoors) and you will be required to provide the following documentation to enter the conference:
(1) PGA approval of a letter certifying the exemption, as set forth above (please send to firstname.lastname@example.org); AND
(2) proof of a negative COVID-19 antigen test result from a test taken within two (2) hours of entering the conference (at home tests are OK).
2. What documentation can I provide if I’m missing some element of the full vaccination and booster requirement?
If you are missing some element of the full vaccination and booster requirement, you will either have to complete the missing element(s) of the COVID-19 requirements, or otherwise provide proof that you have a medical or religious exemption (in which case you will be required to provide the documentation set forth in Question 1).
3. Do I still need to abide by the PGA’s COVID-19 requirements if I agree to wear a mask during the entirety of the conference?
Yes, all conference attendees need to abide by the PGA’s COVID-19 requirements; masking is not a substitute for compliance with these requirements.
NOTE: While we are taking affirmative steps to minimize exposure to COVID-19, we cannot guarantee a COVID-19 free environment. By participating in this event, you do so at your sole discretion and voluntarily assume any and all risks which could result in harm to you.