JUNIOR BLUES: TRAINING SCHEDULE UPDATE (10/12/2020)

JUNIOR BLUES: TRAINING SCHEDULE UPDATE (10/12/2020)

Following the State Government’s announcement on Sunday (06/12/2020), the FDBA staff have met to review the Association’s COVID-19 restrictions.

Follwoing this the Junior Blues training plan has been updated.

  • Please click HERE for the current Training Plan.
  • Please click HERE for External Training Key Policy.

Please carefully read the information below regarding COVID-Safe procedures.

Currently on the DHHS website; COVIDSafe Summer restrictions states the following:

  • You must carry a face mask with you when you leave home
  • Wearing a face mask is only mandatory on public transport, while in taxis or ride share vehicles, or when going to large retail venues, including shopping centres, supermarkets and department stores
  • Wearing a face mask is strongly recommended indoors and outdoors when you can’t keep 1.5 metres distance from other people
  • Record keeping continues to be an important tool for helping Victoria to stay safe and stay open. Businesses that are required to record the details of visitors should use electronic record keeping or QR codes
  • There are also changes to the number of people allowed at community facilities such as libraries, sporting facilities (such as gyms), and entertainment facilities (such as cinemas)

And within the ‘COVID Safe Summer Document; From 11:59pm, 6 December 2020,‘ under exercise and recreation;

Indoor physical recreation and community sport: No patron caps with a density quotient of 1 per 4sqm for each space. Gym and exercise classes limited to 50 people (excluding anyone necessary for running the class). COVID Marshals required when gyms are staffed. At times when gyms are unstaffed, a density quotient of 1 per 8 sqm applies. Signage must state the number of people permitted inside, wipes and disinfectant must be supplied for use by patrons, and record-keeping is required and venues with capacity of greater than 500 patrons must publish a COVIDSafe Plan online.

Spectator Entry

  • No limitation per team (ie. parents, siblings, friends all permitted)
  • The density quota still applies (1 per 4sqm for each space)

Venue Check-In

  • Venue check-in mandatory for all non-player patrons
  • To save time, once outside the venue, please use Venue Check-In via our website

Entry-Exit Points

  • A designated entry and exit point will remain at Frankston Stadium.
  • Further information regarding spectators can be found HERE. Please note: Change-Over periods no longer apply.

Face Masks

  • As per DHHS COVIDSafe Summer restrictions, “You must carry a face mask with you when you leave home”
  • Face masks will be required during the entry and exit of venues, as 1.5 meters of social distancing in these spaces cannot be maintained
  • Once seated, face masks are strongly recommended

Jarryd Moss – Basketball Development Manager