Updated: Aug 12
There has been some minor changes to the Restricted Activity Directions by state government, which has a positive impact on community sport with spectators returning – details below.
Please remain diligent around all conditions and avoid complacency to ensure no further outbreaks.
If clubs could please communicate to their members the mandatory wearing of masks at all times this would be appreciated – naturally on field personnel and players do not require whilst in Playing Area.
QR Codes & Signage
Please ensure sufficient QR codes and COVID related signage located at specific venues. This may be a challenge for some larger venues with multiple fields. We recommend clubs review their signage levels and use best endeavours to ensure that, within reason, any arrivals to your facility entering from any direction have reasonable opportunity to access a QR code.
CHANGES TO RESTRICTIONS
The minor changes affecting community sport are:
Venue capacity of 300
Indoor space capped at 100 per space subject to density quotient, or 25 where food/drinks are served
Conditions are summarised as follows for NRL Victoria clubs:
Note that all clubs first and foremost must comply with facility owner’s requirements, including provisions of COVID Safe Plan.
Electronic record keeping using the Victorian Government approved QR Code system is mandatory at all facilities.
Outdoor density quotient of 1 person per 4 square meters
Maximum capacity of 300 people at the venue at any one time – participants and people required to operate participation safely (coaches, sports trainers, referees, ground managers, etc.) not included in this limit
Group limits are exempt for community sport but all other conditions must be adhered to.
Spectators ARE permitted but within venue capacity and subject to density quotient
no group size limit BUT group must be from same team/squad