UPDATE: TUESDAY 4 AUG, 2020
#COVIDOPERATION FOR RETURN TO PLAY SAFELY
We’ve successfully completed 9 weeks of practice with #covidoperation in place along with our Self Health Declarations and updated Risk Assessments. It’s been tough and thanks to all our players, members and staff for been so patient. This is becoming part of our practice routine and will continue.
We’ve got fantastic help from specific individuals keeping us on track, staying safe and sticking to government guidelines but we do urge everyone to continue with the pre-league sessions in groups of six.
So far everyone has complied with #socialdistancing with regular updates on their health condition in relation to the symptoms of corona virus. Sanitising is carried out before, during and after practice as well as disinfecting equipment. Arrival at the venue has been staggered and everyone has made a concerted effort to use alternative transport. Recently we’ve invested in temperature infrared thermometer.
We are looking forward to starting league again and welcome all new and existing members to the club. We can safely say we are consistent with the utmost welfare of our players and staff.
Should you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further clarification on Covid Guidelines(Annabelle Thorpe – Covid Officer) or general enquiries email@example.com
#Restart #ReturnToPlay #CovidOperation #ReEnterNonContact sport #TagRugby #StaySafe #PlaySafe
UPDATE: JUNE, 2020
A further update(RFU) now advises that up to 4 groups of 6 on a pitch can now do fitness and ball work as long as each group ensures a 2 meter gap between each player and follow hygiene advice by using hand sanitiser when doing ball work. It remains the case that no body contact can be included in training sessions.
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