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The links below connect to photo albums created

from recent events that were held at Intrepid.  


Commissioning of the USCGC Clarence Sutphin JR

 at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum-21 April 2022           

          Click Here:  http://www.alreznick.com/Photo_Gallery_Intrepid/uscgsutphin21apr2022/



“On the Mend” exhibit at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum -     24 March 2022 - Opening Reception Photos.

    Intrepid’s Sick Bay has been faithfully restored.

          Click Here:  http://www.alreznick.com/Photo_Gallery_Intrepid/intrepidonthemend24mar2022/


Updated Vaccine/Mask Policy for

Museum Staff, Volunteers and Visitors


 Becomes   Effective Monday, 02 MAY 2022


As of Monday, May 2, 2022, the Intrepid Museum will no longer require our staff, volunteers or visitors to wear masks. Ongoing protocols such as timed entry, increased sanitization, one way routes and enhanced ventilation will remain in place.


We understand that choosing to wear a mask is a personal decision. While no longer required, staff and volunteers may continue to wear masks for their own protection. We ask that each person’s individual choice is respected. More specifically, staff must be mindful and respectful of each other’s work/office areas. If you enter an office or space where a team member is wearing a mask, you must as well unless they indicate otherwise.  As always, masks are available for any staff member if needed.


The vaccination requirement for all present and future full and part-time staff, partners and vendors remains in effect.


Thank you again for the way you’ve adapted and innovated under trying circumstances. We will continue to monitor the situation and the guidance of health experts to make the most informed decisions moving forward for the safety of ALL.


    

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