The Premier this morning announced that a return to sport training will be effective from tomorrow, Wednesday 28 July 2021, with a return to competition from next weekend. We await the release of the Directions (likely not to be until late this evening) for further detail as to when exactly next weekend competition can resume, and what additional requirements may be in place. Players are encouraged to use the get in get out approach and not spend additional time at the club where possible.
- Density limit of 1 person per 4 sqm
- Masks required for:
- High-risk settings, health care services, personal care services and on passenger transport services
- Masks are strongly recommended in all other indoor places, such as clubrooms, office spaces etc where social distancing is difficult
- On-site purchase and consumption of food and beverages is permitted at a place if:
- Food and beverages are only consumed by patrons at an indoor place while seated, and if seated at a table or a bar, there is no food preparation conducted at or adjacent to patrons at a bar area.
- Food and beverages are only consumed by patrons while seated at a recreational facility (e.g. mini golf, pool tables, tenpin bowling) if shared equipment (such as golf clubs, pool cues or bowling balls) and frequently touched surfaces are cleaned between use by different individuals or groups.
- There are no communal food or beverage service areas.
- Snack or hand held food or alcoholic beverages can be consumed standing outdoors while attending sport, fitness or recreation activities.
QR CODES FOR CONTACT TRACING
- All businesses or organisations with a COVID Safe Plan are still required to display a COVID SAfe Check-In QR Code, and also provide an alternate paper record sheet, for contact tracing records.
- Where there are multiple user groups at the one venue e.g. a recreation centre, it is the responsibility of the owner of the venue or the person with care, control and management of the venue to enable the contract tracing process to take place.
- COVID Marshals are still required for all prescribed operations including sporting clubs, gyms and fitness centres and swimming pools used by the public.
We know that schedules have been affected with the loss of rounds, the office is working hard to adjust schedules and we ask everyone involved to be flexible with any changes that may occur in the last few minor rounds.
We encourage you to monitor the latest SA Health advice through the following channels:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/sahealth
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/sahealth_/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/SAHealth
Website – https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/