Update on Covid-19 Restrictions (23/03/21)
Indoor Physical Recreation and Community Sport:
A density quotient of 1 per 2sqm applies to each space. No caps on gym and exercise classes. Signage must state the number of people permitted inside. Disinfectant and other cleaning products must be supplied for use by patrons and electronic record keeping.
Everyone who visits your venue must sign in
Anyone who visits your venue must sign in to the visitors register. The form you can download is here:
or alternatively you can use a free online Guest Tracker creating a QR code:
*Please not that by the 23/4/21 all centres must have a QR code for their patrons to sign in when they enter, or a visitors log book. Fines may occur if this does not happen.
THINGS TO CONSIDER:
- Use your own equipment where possible and minimize sharing of equipment. Shared equipment is to be cleaned between uses.
- Players cannot go in to huddles, high five or handshake
- Players cannot spit or sweat on the ball
- It is optional for players to wear gloves whilst playing cricket, netballers are to wear gloves.
- Arrive dressed and ready to play. Any tasks that can be done at home are to be done at home (eg strapping, stretching)
- Between change over of innings, between halves/quarters maintain 1.5 distance.
- Communal showers and change rooms are open but if possible shower at home.
- Practice good hygiene:
- Cover your cough and sneeze with your elbow or tissue
- Put tissues in the bin
- Wash your hands before and after you play, using sanitizers and/ or soap and water.
- Avoid touching your eyes, mouth, face.
Any person displaying flu like symptoms should be refused entry into the facility.
In the event of a positive test of Covid-19 where the person has visited a facility in the previous 72 hours, contact will be made with the relevant medical advisors. All players and staff that may have come in contact with that person are to be notified immediately and all advice given by the medical advisors is to be passed onto those persons. A complete sanitization should occur on the facility as soon as practical and prior to the resumption to sport at that facility.
National Corona Virus Helpline – 1800 675 398
A person returning to sport after recovering from the Covid-19 should satisfy the following points:
- Ensure they no longer pose any infection risk to their community
- Ensure they have sufficiently recovered to safely participate in exercise
- Clearance from the doctor is required.
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