To help us provide a safe sport environment and minimize the risk of transmission, all parents and participants will be required to follow the FNSW Covid-19 protocols.
- Parents and participants are required to visit the NSW Health Latest Covid-19 Case Locations webpage prior to attending the Clinic.
- Do not attend the Clinic if:
- you or your child are feeling unwell or have cold/flu like symptoms including high temperature, persistent cough or mild symptoms of a runny nose or scratchy throat; or
- you or your child have attended any of the Latest Covid-19 Case locations and are required to Self-isolate and get tested; or
- you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 in the past 14 days.
- Parents will be required to sign in using their mobile phone by scanning the Football NSW QR Code as they enter the main concourse gates.
- Only one parent or guardian (adult) will be permitted to accompany each participant to the Clinic. Siblings of the participant are permitted to attend in the company of their parent or guardian.
- Parents are requested to please discourage your child from shaking hands, high fives, hugging or team huddles with other players or staff during the clinic. Our staff will endeavour to manage this for the duration of the Clinic, however a discussion with your child prior to attending would be most appreciated.
- Parents and players will be required to social distance 1.5m at all times unless from the same household.
- Hand sanitiser will be available at the venue. Participants are permitted to bring their own hand sanitizer in their bag.
- Players will be required to sanitize their hands before and after participation.
- Please cover all coughs and sneezes and wash or santise hands immediately after.
- Avoid car pooling to and from the venue unless from the same household.
- Players should arrive dressed and ready to participate, including a cap or sun hat. Ensure the cap/hat is clearly marked with your child’s name.
- The changerooms will be closed during the clinic, however bathrooms will be open and available for use.
- Players are required to bring a drink bottle clearly marked with their name. Drink bottles MUST NOT be shared.
- Players are required to bring their own food and snacks in containers or lunch bags clearly marked with their own name. Food MUST NOT be shared.
- Players and parents must not socialize or assemble in groups prior to, during or after the clinic.
- Please depart the venue as soon as the clinic is finished.
The following should also be noted in relation to outdoor sport participation:
- an outdoor environment poses less risk of community transmission than an indoor environment
- casual contact (face to face contact with a person for less than 15 minutes) poses less risk of community transmission compared to that of close contact (face to face contact with a person for 15 minutes or more).
Therefore, compliance with the Covid-19 protocols, including social distancing 1.5 metres, good hygiene practices, limiting the number of adults present, not shaking hands and not attending if you are feeling unwell or have cold/flu like symptoms by all participants, parents and spectators is what is effective in minimising the risk of community transmission.
We ask that all parents, guardians and participants attending the Clinic adhere to the protocols that have been put in place and help us work to ensure that everything that can be done, is being done to provide a safe sport environment.