Posted on Jul 18, 2021 by
| Tags: squash,fsc,covid
The Government has announced that all COVID related restrictions will be removed from Monday the 19th July.
We are keen to return to nomal, but we need to ensure all members feel comfortable using the club's faciclities. We therefore ask that you use your best judgement on how to use the club safely and respect other members who for the time being wish to remain cautious.
Here is a summary of how the club will operate:
- Under no circumstances come to the club if you think you have COVID, are isolating due to COVID or are awaiting the results of a PCR test because you have symptoms
- It is no longer a requirements to wear a face covering when moving around the building, but we recommend their use for the time being
- There is no longer a need to use the one-way system. However, members can exit the building through the fire exit if they wish to do so to avoid contact with others. If you use the fire exit, please ensure the door closes behind you
- We will continue to ventilate the building by keeping the windows open in the viewing balcony and changing rooms/showers
- Hand sanitiser, alcohol spray and wipes will continue to be available for hygiene purposes. Their use is optiional, but encouraged
- We encourage members to only use their own equipment, including water bottles
- The limits on the number of people in the club at one time, including the toilets/showers/changing rooms, will be removed. Please respect the wishes of those that choose to socially distance
- We encourage members to check-in to the venue using the NHS app and the QR code located on the wall near the main entrance
Further information can be found on the England Squash website:
We hope you find this information useful and we look forward to seeing you on court soon.
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