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The health and safety of our Queensland Oztag community- Our Participants, Referees, Venue Managers and Supporters is paramount.

We are closely monitoring the situation with respect to COVID-19 and it is important that any information you receive with respect to Covid-19 or any other infectious illness comes from a reputable source. We are regularly consulting with the Australian Government, the World Health Organisation on the best advice for our Queensland Oztag community.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) have now declared Corona-virus (COVID-19) as a pandemic. The advice and updates are changing quickly, so please find below some links to key advice:

World Health Organisation:…/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Australian government:…/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-hea…

Queensland Oztag Guidelines followed as of 17/3/20 recommendations

– Based on the current advice from the Government in relation to group gatherings, Oztag matches with limited crowds (500 or less) can proceed until further notice – our recommendation is that match attendance is limited to players, families, and key match officials

– Individuals can elect not to participate in any activity at their discretion

– We strongly encourage that strict hygiene protocols are followed as outlined below

– If anyone associated with your Club/Centre is feeling unwell, they should refrain from playing and club activities immediately, seek medical advice and where appropriate, advise the Club of their absence

-Further, any participants and volunteers who are at high risk from a health perspective should follow the medical advice as per the link above

COVID-19 remains a situation with the potential to change rapidly, Queensland Oztag will continue to work with relevant authorities and will update the
Oztag communities as new information comes to hand.

Recommended hygiene protocols

The protocols outlined below are essential to limit your exposure and prevent the spread of germs, in particular as they relate to COVID‐19:

General hygiene

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol‐based hand sanitizer
  • Wash or sanitise your hands before eating
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Stay home and seek medical treatment when you are sick
  • Cover your mouth to cough or sneeze

Football hygiene 

  • COVID-19 or not, communal use of water bottles should be avoided at all times. All players should be in possession of their own drink bottle, and should not share with any other players
  • Do not share drinks, towels, lip balm, sunscreen with others (have own)
  • Limit physical contact such as avoiding shaking hands, pre or post game
  • Work with other community clubs that share Club facilities, if appropriate, to implement practices consistent with this communication