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Covid 19 A;ert Levels and Protocols

Latest update following Monday’s (11/10/2021) Government review of Lockdown levels.

 

Whilst the levels remain unchanged there is now greater clarification provided around what is currently allowed.

The Guidelines as set out by Auckland Cricket are as follows:

 

           Public outdoor nets and artificial pitches are open but only for activities that meets the government protocols (no competition play).

           Do not share equipment, and no gatherings of over 10 people.

           You can partake in a live net situation if you are with people from your bubble or household whilst maintaining a 2 metre distance from those not in your bubble/household.

           You can partake in an organised fitness session (i.e., yoga, running, boot camp – not cricket activity) of up to 10 people (including the trainer) from different households as long as you keep 2 metres and do not share equipment.

           The only time that you can partake in a net situation (i.e., throw downs or batting training) with people from outside your household is when it is in a one-on-one capacity with a professional coach and the batter hits the ball back to the coach with their bat (and maintains a 2 metre distance and does not share any equipment).

           Bowlers can bowl in a net situation with others from outside their household but must maintain a 2 metres distance from anyone else, not share a ball (or any other equipment) and there must not be a batter (unless they are from the same bubble as the bowler).

           A coach can run a cricket session with more than one player as long as all players are from the same household, the coach does not share any equipment with the players and keeps a 2 metre distance at all times.

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