1 March 2022
COVID arrangements in MARCH 2022
According to the NSW Government, anyone can now participate in sport and exercise.
- People are no longer required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence.
- COVID-19 Safe Check-ins (using QR codes) are no longer required.
- Density limits no longer apply.
- COVID Safety Plans are no longer required.
Specifically for outdoor community sports (including netball), this means:
- Density limits and vaccination status no longer apply for outdoor gatherings.
- Community sport, including matches, competitions and training, can take place for all staff, spectators and participants regardless of vaccination status.
- All persons, regardless of vaccination status, can participate in an outdoor gathering, such as a barbeque or picnic.
While masks are no longer mandatory inside or outside the clubhouse, masks are still strongly encouraged when you cannot physically distance from others. Although COVID-19 Safe Check-ins are no longer required, we will still have the QR check-in signs around the clubhouse for people who wish to continue using the QR check-in system.
- Do not attend training or games if you have tested positive for COVID
- Do not attend training or games if you are required to self-isolate.
- Do not attend training or games if you are sick or have any flu-like symptoms (e.g. fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, headache, body aches and pains, etc)
- We ask spectators and people on sidelines to maintain physical distancing (1.5m apart) while courtside.
- Where possible, please maintain physical distancing at canteen, the BBQ area and in the clubhouse.
- Wash or sanitise hands regularly
For the latest COVID-19 update for the netball community, please go to the Netball NSW COVID-19 Information webpage
Keep up-to-date with current NSW Health advice https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19