COVID-Safe Plan Notification

 

 

Please note

This is what we have been notified  from  the SA Gov and we must adhere to

this means no training and no games until further notice

OFFICIAL

 

From 6pm tonight (Tuesday 20 July), a seven day stay at home order will be in place for South Australia.

This swift and decisive action is based on expert health advice following the detection of the highly infectious Delta strain in our community.

For the next seven days, people are required to stay at home and can only leave for five reasons:

  1. Care and compassionate reasons, such as taking care of a loved one
  2. Essential work
  3. Purchasing of essential goods such as food
  4. Medical reasons including COVID testing and vaccination
  5. Exercise with people from the same household.

For many businesses, this means that the activities that were allowed until now under your COVID-Safe Plan, will be prohibited for the next seven days. For these businesses, you will be issued with advice when the activities covered by your COVID-Safe Plan are allowed to restart.

Only essential businesses and activities are allowed to continue at this time. These businesses and activities are listed at Activity restriction levels | SA.GOV.AU: COVID-19. For these businesses and activities the below advice supersedes the information in your COVID-Safe Plan (whether you have a mandatory or voluntary plan) until further notice:

  • Density requirement – 1 person per 4 square metres must be used to calculate maximum capacity
  • Masks – masks must be worn in public places
  • Physical distancing – persons present should be separated at a reasonable distance from each other
  • QR codes – an approved contact tracing system must be used to capture the relevant contact details of persons entering the place
  • COVID Marshals – existing requirements continue to apply

You can find the latest COVID-19 Emergency Management Directions by visiting www.sa.gov.au/covid-19.

Temporary but necessary measures

These measures are critical to give South Australia the best possible chance to stop this cluster before it spirals out of control and puts many South Australian lives and livelihoods at risk.

These measures were not taken lightly, and will not remain in place any longer than necessary.

We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

For further information and resources

Visit the following websites for more information.

www.covid-19.sa.gov.au for the latest official health advice, news and information on current COVID-19 restrictions, support packages and the State’s Roadmap to Recovery.

www.health.gov.au or www.sahealth.sa.gov.au for detailed health advice and guidance on health and infection control measures, including factsheets on COVID-safe cleaning.

www.openyourworld.sa.gov.au for advice and resources on how to promote wellbeing.

You can also call the dedicated SA information line on 1800 253 787.