No, the decision to cancel in-person programming for live audiences is final. While current stay at home orders were certainly considered in the decision, they were not the sole consideration. The trustees had to examine the specific needs and nature of Chautauqua Institution. In making this decision, the trustees prioritized health and safety above all else; examined risk; reviewed financial implications for the Institution and the regional economy in which it plays a role; and took seriously the need for some clarity in the midst of an uncertain situation. Those other factors do not change as stay at home orders shift—particularly for our type of operation that brings people here from all over the nation and world and convenes gatherings of well more than 50 people multiple times each day.


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