Hello and thank you for your interest in Mo-Ranch! We are so excited you are here and we invite you to enjoy all 500-acres of the beautiful Texas Hill Country we are privileged to call Mo!
While these are fluid and changing times, we do ask for your understanding and grace as we diligently work to help ensure our guests, staff, and volunteers’ safety.
We do currently ask that you keep the following information in mind during your stay with us:
- If you have had a fever within 72 hours of your expected arrival, we ask that you please reschedule your stay with us.
- We ask that you check your temperature before you depart to travel to Mo.
- Temperature checks will be available to guests via Mo-Ranch staff if the guest requests one.
- Once your group arrives at Mo, we ask that you do not travel outside our gates during your stay to help mitigate the community spread of COVID-19.
- To further help prevent community spread of COVID-19, we will not be accepting mail of any kind. We encourage you to reach out to your family and friends via electronic communications.
Mo-Ranch is doing our best to support you and your safety throughout your stay with us! We are actively maintaining the CDC’s COVID-19 illness kit and are practicing social distancing between staff members and guests. Please be advised that these plans may change, and conferences, retreats or camps may need to be altered or discontinued at any time.
Face masks are required for all staff and guests. Hand sanitization stations are located throughout the ranch at the most populated places (i.e. Mabee registration and King Dining Hall); gloves are also available for guests while in the dining hall.
The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) [En Español] offers information and frequent updates on COVID-19’s spread, severity, risk assessment, etc.
- Subscribe to the CDC’s email and text message service
The World Health Organization (WHO) [En Español] is the leading international public health organization. They direct global health responses and offer resources on COVID-19. They also provide many of their resources in a variety of languages.
- WHO offers a three-hour, self-paced online course. To access, create a free online account.
- Mental health and psychosocial [En Español] considerations for various groups during COVID-19 outbreak, including caregivers of children and health care workers
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has extensive research-based information on COVID-19
- NIH director’s recommendations about physical (social) distancing
The League of United Latin American Citizens [En Español], an organization dedicated to advocating for Latins in the United States, has a FAQ guide about COVID-19
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) COVID-19 resources
Be mindful of and stop the stigma
False information has created or worsened prejudice which can lead to discrimination against groups of people, especially people of Asian descent.
- Read the CDC’s guidelines to reduce stigma
- Read UNICEF’s guide to prevent and address social stigma [En Español] associated with COVID-19
How Can I Help?
Inform yourself on safe practices!
Stay safe and healthy!
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