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Potential impact of COVID-19 on our upcoming Taikai workshop with Dai Shihan Christian Petroccello

Dear friends,

As the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation continues to rapidly evolve, Toronto Bujinkan is actively monitoring all developments. Our primary concern is with the PEOPLE who make up community of Bujinkan students and practitioners.

Potential impact of COVID-19 on upcoming TaiKai workshop

In light of the developing Coronavirus situation, there is a possibility that travel restrictions may impact the upcoming TaiKai workshop with Dai Shihan Christian Petroccello on March 28-29.

Potential travel restrictions may affect flights into Canada from Argentina and the US. We are watching the situation closely, and will update you if any potential changes need to be made to the workshop dates.

At this time, the 2020 TaiKai workshop is continuing as planned on March 28 – 29, from 10 a.m – 4 p.m.

Refund policy relating to COVID-19 and TaiKai 2020

Should the upcoming TaiKai workshop be impacted due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, rest assured your payment for the workshop will be refunded in full.

We will provide regular updates as the workshop date approaches, and will immediately notify you if there is a chance the workshop will need to be cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus.

Please stay up-to-date by checking our Toronto Bujinkan Facebook group regularly.

Friends, we will do whatever is necessary to protect our community and minimize the risk of disruption to class and all workshop events.

We will send another update notification as the workshop date gets closer about precautions each of us must take and be aware of to defend against the Coronavirus. If you have questions about the potential impact of COVID-19 on the upcoming workshop or our regular class schedule, please reach out to me directly.

With appreciation,

Fabio Hernandez

Shihan, Toronto Bujinkan

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