HealthyVerify Helping Goodyear Put On This Year’s Holiday Show

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification)

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

HealthyVerify Certification is helping the city of Goodyear put on its Holiday Show Variety next month.

HealthyVerify helps workplaces, performing arts venues, school districts, restaurants as well as nonprofits and government organizations abide by COVID-related mandates and go above and beyond U.S. Centers for Disease Control guidelines to curb the virus.

HealthyVerify works with infectious disease experts from the Barrow Neurological Institute and researchers at Arizona State University.

HealthyVerify has helped the city of Goodyear with its health safety efforts at its parks and recreation centers as well as with youth sports leagues.

Now, Scottsdale-based HealthyVerify is helping the city and its parks and recreation department with its scheduled Holiday Variety Show on Dec. 12.

As part of the efforts to safely put on the show, all performers and staff will go through health screenings and temperature checks.

Attendees will also undergo temperature checks. There will be socially distanced seating arrangements, instrument masks for musical instruments that emit aerosols, separate green rooms for each performance group and masks will be required.

The event will also have four check-in stations for attendees to avoid lines and crowding.

HealthVerify has also helped Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona, Mountainside Fitness, the Phoenix Rising FC soccer team, Avondale Elementary School District and many others with their health safety and reopening efforts.