Due to a variety of factors, all camp members will be wearing appropriate hazmat / infectious disease safety apparel when interacting with the general public. At he direction of the camp’s Dancing Nero Radiologist, Ex Ray, the Pathogen Tracker’s team will be wearing appropriate hazmat / infectious disease garment when interacting with the people of the playa in 2019. The
As the world’s largest leave-no-trace event, Burning Man participants place a huge emphasis on cleaning up after themselves, and making sure every spec of trash, or MOOP, (Matter Out Of Place) is painstakingly removed. Following the event the volunteers of the Playa Restoration Team, follow behind 70,000 people, walking the entire 11-square mile area, removing every last sequin, feather, bottle
Two members of the Pathogen Trackers medical preparedness team were engaged during “white” Wednesday, in front of the Temple. The proposal was a surprise for the bride-to-be, who found herself overcome with emotion as her future groom dropped to one knee and proposed. Following their engagement, the Louisiana couple bubbled over with excitement and a commitment to return to
At the bequest of B.ORG management, the Pathogen Trackers camp designed and build this 7-foot tall, lighted, double-sided, panel with the help of camp founders Pat and Sue. Based in Chicago, this creative duo has a lengthy track record of creating similar signage, for a wide range of Fortune-500 customers.
Posted at all the finest establishments in Gerlach and Empire, the flyer invited all to join in a pre-Burn celebration at the Water Tower. Attended by over 100 local residents, burners, and B.ORG members, the afternoon festivities were well received. At the end of the day, the only question on everyones lips, “Will this be an annual event?” To which