COVID-19 Restrictions

From Sunday 7 March 2021 until further notice, Kilbirnie Tennis Club is operating under COVID-19 Alert Level 1 restrictions.

If unwell                     

If you or members of your household are sick or have symptoms, stay at home. Call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting a test.

You should not participate in physical activity (or leave home) if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, awaiting a test result, or required to self-isolate.

Contact tracing

Remember to record your visits to the club. This includes members, non-members, spectators, parents, and contractors. COVID Tracer QR code posters are at the club entrances so you can record your visits with the NZ COVID Tracer app (available on Google Play and the iPhone App Store).

Consider enabling the Bluetooth tracing technology in the NZ COVID Tracer app as well. Bluetooth tracing allows you to receive an alert if you have been near another app user who tests positive for COVID-19.

Hygiene and cleaning

It is important that you adhere to basic hygiene measures, including washing and drying hands before and after any activity, coughing into your elbow (should you have COVID-19, this keeps the virus off your hands so you won’t spread it to other people), and avoid touching your face.

Exercise caution with common touch points (gates and doors) and wash or sanitise your hands after touching these surfaces.

With an access card, the clubrooms are open to club members and facilities are available for you to wash and dry or sanitise your hands. Water, hand soap, and paper towels are available in bathrooms and hand sanitiser is available on a table in the main room.

Stay vigilant with cleaning when using the clubrooms. Sanitize all surfaces you've touched or affected while inside as you leave. Disinfectant spray and cloths are available on a table in main room for this purpose (use a separate paper towel for the toilet).

Physical distancing

While physical distancing is not required you should still consider distancing yourself from people you don’t know if you can or wear a mask.

 

This notice is provided through advice from Tennis CentralTennis NZSports NZ, and NZ COVID-19.