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COVID 19 GUIDELINES

Our priority is to ensure the health and wellbeing of our members and the general public, so please do your bit and follow the protocols.

 

MONDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2022

MARANUI SLSC COVID-19 RED TRAFFIC LIGHT SAFETY PLAN

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Kia Ora Everyone,

With the country now in phase 3, the club has updated its Covid-19 Safety Plan which aims to minimise club members being exposed to the Omicron variant.
 
In light of the Omicron variant and the increasing pressure as the outbreak grows Maranui SLSC with regret, along side other Surf Life Saving Clubs, has decided to end the Junior Surf season now. 
 
We feel this is in the best interest of our members, to keep everyone safe and do our bit to minimise the risk of transmission, and due to the likelihood of more of our volunteers and members being required to isolate over coming weeks.
 
Given the current predictions that numbers will continue to increase until late March. We advise that a date for the awards of Excellence will be communicated at a later date.
 
Here's a summary of our Covid plan:

  • Masks are required to be worn when in the clubhouse.

  • Junior Surf has now finished for the season (no more sessions).

  • Patrols finish on Sunday 6 March.

  • Lifeguard Training has finished.

  • Junior Surf Rookie Programme last session at the club is Saturday 5 March. 

  • Lifeguard Sport to finish after 2022 Capital Coast Senior Championships at Titahi Bay, Sunday 6 March.

  • IRB Training approved training sessions under phase 3 protocols.

  • Awards of Excellence - (tbc).

 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.  

Ngā mihi,
Jim Warwick
Maranui Club Chair
chair.maranuislsc@gmail.com