COVID-19 Update: restrictions from 15 April (update 14 April)

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From 15 April

The latest Direction has removed the mask requirements for all indoor public places, excluding the following:

(a) a disability care facility;
(b) a prison, correctional facility, training centre or other place of custody;
(c) a public or private hospital;
(d) a premises used for the purpose of any health care services;
(e) a pathology collection centre;
(f) a pharmacy.

In addition, a person must not board or remain in a vehicle used for a passenger transport service, unless the person is wearing a face mask (covering mouth and nose).

QR Codes (Contact Tracing)

The Direction removes the contact tracing requirements using an approved contact tracing system for all minus Prescribed Places.

Prescribed Places is defined as:

  1. a disability care facility;
  2. a residential aged care facility; and
  3. a public or private hospital.

COVID Safe Marshals

The Direction changes the COVID Marshals requirement to COVID Management Plan Events only.

So, even though these restrictions have eased, please, for the good of the sporting and general community, if you are unwell, consider others and defer your attendance at archery Clubs and events until you are symptom-free.

From 12 March

  • COVID Management Plans are required for events of more than 1000 people
  • Masks for sport are required for:
  • high risk settings (as defined)
  • indoor fitness facilities (except while exercising)
  • shared indoor public places (except private functions and private activities)

COVID-SAfe Check in

Sports must use the COVID-Safe Check-in or other approved contact tracing system.

Masks

  • Masks for high risk settings
  • Masks for indoor fitness facilities (except while exercising)
  • Masks for shared indoor public places

From 27 December (until further notice) – there is NO CHANGE for Clubs as a result of the 28 January announcement

Activities

Sporting Clubs

  • Indoors: 1 person per 7 square metres (excluding staff)
  • Outdoors: 1 person per 2 square metres (excluding staff)
  • Must take reasonable steps to maintain 1.5m physical distancing
  • Approved contact tracing required
  • COVID Marshal required for Sporting Clubs
  • Must wear masks in shared indoor places, other than when undertaking exercise, this includes spectators

Onsite purchase and Consumption of Food/Beverage

  • 1 person per 4 square metres indoors; 1 person per 2 square metres, if seated outdoors
  • Must take reasonable steps to maintain 1.5m physical distancing
  • Approved contact tracing required
  • Seated consumption only. Permitted to sit at a bar if no service in the seated area or food prepared at bar.
  • Standing consumption not permitted
  • No communal food or beverage areas
  • Must wear masks in shared indoor places, except when consuming food or beverage

Licensed Clubs

  • Approved contact tracing required
  • Dancing is not permitted
  • A person may sing if they are performing (no karaoke)
  • Must wear masks in shared indoor places, except when consuming food or beverage
  • If food/beverages are being served:
  • Seated consumption only. Permitted to sit at a bar if no service in the seated area or food prepared at bar
  • Standing consumption not permitted
  • No communal food or beverage areas.

(Source: https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/437232/Public-Activities-Table-27-December-2021.pdf)

To stay up-to-date for the latest COVID-19 South Australian requirements CLICK HERE.


From 23 November

The Government advises the following:

Borders

  • Open borders to fully vaccinated people from all Australian states and territories (Quarantine will apply to LGAs with community transmission and less than 80% of the population fully vaccinated)
  • Vaccinated international arrivals require 7 days quarantine
  • Unvaccinated authorised arrivals require 14 days quarantine

Activities

Restrictions remain in place:

  • Masks in indoor public settings
  • Current density and activity requirements (Clubs, please note)
  • 30 people at home gatherings
  • Private activity cap of 150 people

Controlled COVID into our community

  • Hospitals and health services prepared for increase in COVID cases
  • Support for people with COVID-19 to recover safely at home
  • Increasing access to COVID-19 vaccines

From 5 August (until further notice):

Restrictions have been eased.

Club competition & coaching is permitted.

1.5 m distancing applies and 1 per 2 sq m.

Indoor archery venues have additional restrictions, including 1 per 4 sq m and the wearing of masks, except when shooting.

At all other venues, masks must be worn indoors, and by spectators outdoors.

Food and drink to be consumed while seated.

To stay up-to-date for the latest COVID-19 South Australian requirements CLICK HERE.


From 28 July:

Archery practice can resume – no competition or coaching

1.5 m distancing applies and 1 per 4 sq m.

Indoor archery venues remain closed.

At other venues masks must be worn indoors, and by spectators outdoors.


From 6.00 pm, Tuesday, 20 July

Additional restrictions apply: a 7-day Stay at Home order applies.

  • All archery activity is cancelled, until at least 27 July
  • All Clubs are closed.

Level 5 restrictions include:

Level 5
  • Stay at home requirement, except for the following:
  • Closure of community activities
  • Masks for public places