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For a limited time, a 6 month RAC Membership is only $70 (compared to the normal $85 fee).
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First let us say that we hope this information finds you healthy and in good spirits. During this health crisis and social distancing that is a requirement at this time, the Club is now open for meetings.
CDC Update: July 10, 2023
COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) is a disease caused by a virus named SARS-CoV-2. It can be very contagious and spreads quickly. Over one million people have died from COVID-19 in the United States.
COVID-19 most often causes respiratory symptoms that can feel much like a cold, the flu, or pneumonia. COVID-19 may attack more than your lungs and respiratory system. Other parts of your body may also be affected by the disease. Most people with COVID-19 have mild symptoms, but some people become severely ill.
Some people including those with minor or no symptoms will develop Post-COVID Conditions – also called “Long COVID.”
How does COVID-19 spread?
COVID-19 spreads when an infected person breathes out droplets and very small particles that contain the virus. Other people can breathe in these droplets and particles, or these droplets and particles can land on their eyes, nose, or mouth. In some circumstances, these droplets may contaminate surfaces they touch.
Anyone infected with COVID-19 can spread it, even if they do NOT have symptoms.
The risk of animals spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to people is low. The virus can spread from people to animals during close contact. People with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should avoid contact with animals.
What are antibodies and how do they help protect me?
Antibodies are proteins your immune system makes to help fight infection and protect you from getting sick in the future. A positive antibody test result can help identify someone who has had COVID-19 in the past or has been vaccinated against COVID-19. Studies show that people who have antibodies from an infection with the virus that causes COVID-19 can improve their level of protection by getting vaccinated.
What are ways to prevent COVID-19?
There are many actions you can take to help protect you, your household, and your community from COVID-19. CDC’s COVID-19 hospital admission levels help individuals and communities decide when to take action to protect yourself and others based on the latest data and information from your area.
Who is at risk of severe illness from COVID-19?
Some people are more likely than others to get very sick if they get COVID-19. This includes people who are older, are immunocompromised, have certain disabilities, or have underlying health conditions. Understanding your COVID-19 risk and the risks that might affect others can help you make decisions to protect yourself and others.
What are variants of COVID-19?
Viruses are constantly changing, including the virus that causes COVID-19. These changes occur over time and can lead to new strains of the virus or variants of COVID-19 . Slowing the spread of the virus, by protecting yourself and others, can help slow new variants from developing. CDC is working with state and local public health officials to monitor the spread of all variants, including Omicron.
Remember that when you come to the club and are unsure that you are symptomatic, you can:
If you have any of these symptoms, or have tested positive for the virus, seek medical attention immediately and:
We hope to see you real soon!
Heather and Staff
Roseville Alano Club
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous tax deductible donation will fund our mission.
The Roseville Alano Club is a nonprofit organization that serves the 12-step community in Placer County as well as the greater Sacramento area. Our social club is open 7 days a week and provides a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere for those in the program of recovery.
We are a private membership club, but everyone over 18 is welcome to come visit and enjoy the social but relaxing atmosphere of the club. Bring in a sponsee and chat over tasty beverage or great meal from our accommodating kitchen. We also offer many amenities including food, beverages, entertainment, recovery gifts, dining area, lounge area, free wifi, outside patio and more!
Our back room is the home for AA Meetings every day of the week starting at 6:30 am in the morning until 8 - 10 pm meeting at night. On the weekend, a Saturday night candle-light last call meeting is also for those to share in the recovery process.
*THE ROSEVILLE ALANO CLUB IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH OR ENDORSED BY ANY ORGANIZATION. THESE GROUPS RENT MEETING SPACE AT OUR CLUB.*