Relevant to walking clubs:
[view previous June 19 advice on numbers]
SA Health and SAPOL have made factsheets available to clarify restrictions related to:
Of particular note, the SA Health food safety team have clarified with SAPOL that BBQ’s will now be classified as “take away food” rather than communal food, which allows sausage sizzles and BBQ’s to be held at recreation/sporting venues. Certain measures must still be taken to reduce the risk of infection, including:
- People being served must practice physical distancing when lining up to order and practice good hygiene.
- No self-service of condiments etc. (person serving the food must apply condiments).
- Cooked food must be protected from contamination and stored away from the area where orders are placed.
SA Health have also advised that shared food (i.e. oranges, lollies and recovery food) is still considered communal food and is not permitted.
Please refer to covid-19.sa.gov.au/emergency-declarations/public-activities for the latest information.
In accordance with Step 3 of the Roadmap and Emergency Management Directions, please note the following:
Density and Physical Distancing
- Physical distancing measures must still be followed.
- 1 person per 2 square metres.
- 1.5 metres between people.
- Room/venue limits will be subject to the 1 person per 2 square meters rule, so size of the room will determine capacity.
- Outdoor recreation activities (such as walking/hiking) do not need to maintain records for the purposes of contact tracing.
Food and beverages
- Purchase and consumption of food or beverages (including alcohol) is permitted as long as no communal food or beverage service areas are used (i.e. buffets, salad bars, water/beverage dispensers)
- Team sharing of food during and after training and competition is not permitted (i.e. half time oranges, recovery food etc).
- Food or beverages can now be consumed whilst seated or standing.
- Communal changing rooms, shower facilities and sauna or spa facilities and toilets are now permitted to be used.
Please refer to the Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions for any questions you may have.