Starting July 1, Purdue Extension will adhere to Indiana’s Back on Track plan, the social distancing and public health/safety guidelines of Purdue University, and recommendations from state and local health authorities regarding in-person events.
County 4-H fairs can occur after Purdue University restrictions on face-to-face events end June 30 — contingent on a county having reached stage five of the Back on Track plan and adherence to best practices at these fairs to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
The health and safety of our stakeholders, staff and volunteers continues to be our top priority. Through June 30, in-person events remain either postponed or offered virtually.
For more information, please read this Purdue University News Service release.
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