COVID Safety Precautions
Based on current CDC guidance, the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation has implemented safety measures for the 2022 Mule Kick 5K & 1-Mile Trot that prioritize our racers’ health and wellbeing.
Safety precautions for the race include:
- Packet pick-up will take place during a convenient drive-through on Friday, April 1, from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Riverside Elementary School parking lot.
- Participants are strongly encouraged to pick up their packets via the drive-through event; however, packet pick-up will also be available on the morning of the race (Saturday, April 2) from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. under the Riverwalk Park Pavilion.
- Racers are asked to social distance behind the starting line where possible. Race times begin and end when participants cross the start/finish lines, so placement behind the starting line will not affect overall time.
- The starting line will be streamed at Facebook.com/MuleKick5K for those who wish to watch from home.
- According to the latest CDC guidance, Maury County is considered low risk for COVID-19. In accordance with these guidelines, face masks are optional based on personal preference. For more information, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.
The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation is carefully monitoring the spread of COVID-19 in our region. Any changes to the race will be communicated to participants via email and posted at Facebook.com/MuleKick5K.
For additional information about the race, contact the Foundation at 931.380.4075.