Event Extended: Due to request, this event is being extended until 07/31/2020
Due to the delay in reopening group activities from the COVID-19 pandemic and in the best interest of everyone's safety and health this event is now Virtual.
Thank you and good health,
Orange You Ready Albuquerque!
Join the OTF team for a 5K or 10K virtual walk and run celebrating everyone's fitness goals!
All participants receive a super cool bib, face buff, and medal.
Visit your New Mexico Orange Ready Team. https://www.facebook.com/OTFABQWestside/
Proceeds from this event go to:
Tips for Social Distancing when running or walking.
Don’t go running if you feel sick. Stay home.
Do not gather in groups—seriously.
Stay six feet apart if you’re passing another runner.
If you regularly can’t pass safely or it’s too crowded, try running at a less popular hour or on a wider route.
Don’t spit or snot-rocket around others (gross).
Run solo or with someone you live with.
Carry your own water and hand sanitizer with you, and try to avoid drinking fountains and public bathrooms if possible. Wash your hands after you run.
If you feel that someone is running too close to you without passing you, kindly ask them to give you more space or let them pass.
Avoid touching your face when running, and avoid touching things like handrails or cross-walk signals.
Courtesy of Runner's World
Reminder to Stay Safe
We ask all participants, volunteers, and partners to follow the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for basic protective measures against the new coronavirus:
Follow the directions of your local health authority.
Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing, seek medical attention, and call in advance.
Regularly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash your hands with soap and water, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Practice good respiratory hygiene. Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.