Covid-19

All of the information listed below is current as of  21 April 2022.

In the Traffic Light System, we are currently  in the 'Orange Light' state.  This does not impose any restrictions on an individual’s vaccination status.

All members (regardless of vaccination status) may continue to access Courts for general play and club activities.  

The committee acknowledges the traffic light system is new to everyone.  As we learn more, we will review and amend our Policy as needed.  Our Primary consideration is the health and safety of our members and their families in the context of the significant risk that COVID-19 presents.  Thank you for your understanding.

Before you play

You must stay at home if you:

  • Are sick or feeling unwell

Attending tennis activities

  • It is recommended to wear a mask before and after play but of course not possible when eating and drinking

Behaviours

To protect against infection, you should:

  • Wash/sterilise your hands before and after you play and avoid touching your face while playing
  • Not share water bottles and bring your own full bottle
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or hand-sanitiser when available. It is recommended to carry your own hand sanitizer with you
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes and dispose of any used tissues immediately
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Stay at home if you are feeling sick or unwell
  • Avoid touching any shared surfaces where possible (gate, net posts, chairs etc)
  • Racquet bump rather than shake hands 
  • After
    If you become sick with Covid-19 symptoms within 10 days of playing at the club, it is vital that you inform the main contact at the club.

There is a dedicated Healthline COVID-19 number for those needing further advice and information – 0800 358 5453.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Stay safe

Jody Robertson
Administrator
Mount Maunganui Tennis Club
Email: tennis@mounttennisclub.co.nz
Ph: 027 524 9438

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