A Zoom link to our meeting room is planned for those members who are unable to—or do not wish to—attend an in-person meeting at this time. Please visit W0JPJ’s Zoom meeting invitation for connection information if you wish to attend this meeting through Zoom.
Members who are fully vaccinated (i.e. have completed their course of vaccinations at least 2 weeks ago) are welcome to attend our meeting without wearing a face covering. But they should pay attention to official signage posted in an around City Hall for potential changes to local policy.
Members who are not fully vaccinated should follow CDC Guidance for unvaccinated people—including wearing a face covering—if they choose to attend our meeting. They should keep in mind that the CDC considers attending a small, indoor gathering of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people from multiple households to be a Less Safe activity. And attending a full-capacity worship service to be a Least Safe activity.
Members who have a weakened immune system, or who have been recently exposed to COVID-19, should consider attending our meeting through the Zoom link.
“The CDC has announced that fully vaccinated individuals can resume activities without wearing a mask indoors and outdoors. Therefore, we, at the Department of Health, are aligning with the CDC recommendation,” said North Dakota Department of Health (NDDOH) State Health Officer, Dr. Nizar Wehbi.
Studies have shown that vaccines are highly effective against symptomatic disease and hospitalization in the general adult populations. In North Dakota, 99.9% of those vaccinated are protected from COVID. Less than 0.13% of those fully vaccinated have contracted COVID-19.
Individuals are considered fully vaccinated two (2) weeks after the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or two (2) weeks after a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 1
The CDC’s Choosing Safer Activities page provides information about risk levels of a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities.
Members with questions or concerns about the Coronavirus should consult the ND Health Department Coronavirus page for autoritative information.
About our upcoming meeting
Club members are encouraged to visit the Committee and Officers Reports folder on the RRRA Groupware System (https://cloud.rrra.org/) to review reports for this month (e.g. previous meeting minutes, treasurer’s report) before the meeting.
The meeting agenda is usually uploaded to the Committee and Officers Reports | Business Meeting Agenda folder on the RRRA Groupware system prior to the meeting.
A public copy of the Minutes from the previous meeting will be published on this website for the convenience of non-members and those with issues accessing the club’s Groupware system. No special software is needed to view the public copies of RRRA Minutes.
An archive of RRRA Business Meeting Minutes (since November 2015) is available online. This link may be found listed as “Minutes” in the “Categories” list in the sidebar on the left-hand side of any page on our website (the sidebar is located at the bottom of the page on mobile devices.)
Dues payment options for new members and for membership renewals—which were due at the January Meeting—may be found through the Join the Red River Radio Amateurs page.
“NDDOH adopts new masks guidelines from the CDC citing evidence of vaccine effectiveness in ND”, North Dakota Department of Health, accessed June 12 2021, https://www.health.nd.gov/news/nddoh-adopts-new-masks-guidelines-cdc-citing-evidence-vaccine-effectiveness-nd-0. ↩︎