Touch Football South Australia is excited we are one step closer to getting back into our competitions across the state. Although we are not there yet, we look to be advised by the SA Government in the date we can get back on the park to continue our winter season. From 12:01am Wednesday, we are able to resume all trainings in preparation for competitions to resume. See below the upcoming guidelines from the SA Government.
Found at South Australian Police Facebook page 27/7/2021
The General Activities No 3 and the Associated Direction No 6 declares the State of South Australia is subject to Level 3 modified restrictions. The Associated Direction comes into effect at 12.01am on Wednesday 28 July 2021.
Although Stay at Home restrictions are easing people who have been directed to self-quarantine are not released and must still complete their full 14 day quarantine unless instructed otherwise by an authorised officer.
Fitness and Sport
The following restrictions apply:
Indoor fitness is restricted to 1 person per 8 sqm in the entire facility. This also applies to a single room or enclosed space
Dancefloors in dance studios must also apply the 1 person per 8 sqm.
Outdoor fitness is restricted to 1 person per 4 sqm.
People must still remain physically distanced and separated.
Employees are not counted in the density requirement.
A person must wear a mask at an indoor public place (but this is not required when undertaking physical activity).
No team, club and competition sports, except training or as part of a school curriculum and not involving interschool activities.
A person must not attend fitness training, sports or sporting event as a spectator. One person is permitted to attend if they are required to be present as a caregiver for a participant.
Note- Indoor fitness facility means gymnasiums, health clubs, fitness centres, yoga, barre and spin facilities, dance and pilates studios and swimming pools (other than swimming pools being used for rehabilitation purposes authorised by a health or disability practitioner).
CONSUMPTION OF FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Food or beverages which are served for consumption at venues (including pubs, cafes, clubs, restaurants, wineries, etc.) can only consumed while seated (indoors or outdoors). Communal food and beverages are not permitted.
Masks must be worn in the following locations:
passenger transport services
shared indoor public places (not at indoor fitness facilities when undertaking exercise)
personal care services
health care services
high risk settings
Note- the mask can be removed by a customer in personal care services or health care services when they are receiving the service if the mask would reasonably interfere with the provision of the service. Members of a bridal party can remove a mask during the wedding ceremony and photographs regardless of the venue.
CONTACT TRACING SYSTEM AND RECORDS
Members of the public must sign in using the approved COVID SAfe Check-In system when entering a relevant public place.
The use of QR Codes are vital in stopping the spread of COVID-19 within the South Australian community.
Members of the public are reminded that they are required under the Direction to ensure their details are captured by the relevant system.
Members of the public are reminded that other requirements in relation to COVID Management/Safe Plans, COVID Marshals, QR Codes and Physical Distancing still apply.
To see all the directions release go to http://www.facebook.com/SouthAustraliaPolice
For all existing Directions, tables and frequently asked questions and other information can be found here: https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/emergency-declarations