Given the latest cases of community transmission in New South Wales (NSW), there is updated health advice which applies to all Capital Football clubs, players, officials and spectators.
ACT Clubs and visiting teams to the ACT
Anyone who has been in Greater Sydney (including Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong) on or after Monday the 26th of April should visit the ACT COVID-19 areas of concern page and check the current list of exposure locations.
Any ACT resident who has been in the locations at the dates and times specified, must do the following
- Immediately quarantine for 14 days since last attending the venue
- Call ACT Health on (02) 5124 6209
- Get tested for COVID-19 regardless if symptoms are present
- Anyone who has attended a source investigation location at the dates and times specified must get tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate until a negative test result is received.
Non-ACT residents visiting the ACT
Non-ACT residents who have been to a close contact exposure location in Greater Sydney must not enter the ACT unless they obtain an exemption before arriving. Non-ACT residents who are already in the ACT must comply with the requirements for ACT residents
NSW Clubs and ACT teams visiting NSW
All club football activities that are ticketed in NSW now fall under one of the two categories below;
1.A non-controlled outdoor gathering (up to 200 people) (Clause 19)
These activities are restricted to 200 people (unless the gathering is a COVID-safe outdoor gathering with a COVID-19 Safety Plan)
2.A non-controlled outdoor gathering (up to 5,000 people) (Clause 19)
The organiser of a COVID-19 safe outdoor gathering is directed to ensure that the number of participants in the gathering is the lesser of;
a) The number of persons equivalent to 1 person per 2 square metres of space of the premises in which the activity is conducted; or
b) 5,000 persons.