Junior Fair Health & Safety Guidelines

There have been many changes to this year’s Wayne County Fair, all with the goal of ensuring the health and safety of all participants, volunteers, and spectators. All COVID related protocols have been developed in consultation with the Wayne County Health Department and based on orders and guidance issued from Governor Dewine and the Ohio Department of Health.

  • Masks will be required at the fair, including in the barns and show rings. In accordance with the Director’s Order issued on July 23, 2020, all individuals in attendance at and participating in 4-H and FFA Junior Fair activities shall wear a facial covering at all times when:
    a.    In any indoor location that is not a residence (camper): or
    b.    Outdoors and unable to consistently maintain a distance of six feet or more from individuals who are not members of their family/household
    c. Unless the individual meets one of the exemptions outlined in the Governor’s order
  • Participants, spectators, vendors, and volunteers are required to conduct a health survey before they enter the grounds each day. The health self-check is available on the Wayne County 4-H mobile app, or by clicking the button below.
  • Class sizes will be limited to 10 participants.
  • Six-foot social distancing guidelines will be maintained. Proper hand washing and sanitization measures will be followed.

Click here to view the Junior Fair COVID guidelines. You can access the health self-check by clicking here.

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