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Corona virus update 12 March 2020

The current situation with the coronavirus throughout the world presents challenges to everyone. It is important that as a club, we provide the latest information based on facts and share that information to encourage people to stay informed and take action on advice from reputable sources who are at the forefront of this virus in Australia.

At the present time there is no evidence of transmission in the community so you should continue to go about your day-to-day business. You do not need to take actions like limiting your movement in the community or staying at home.
Community hockey

SRHC recommends all members (players, team staff, spectators) of our hockey club adhere to the below set of actions for upcoming training sessions and matches:

* Replace handshaking at the start and conclusion of games with (for example) simply tapping sticks on the ground, fist pump or a thumbs up.
* Do not share whistles
* Use labelled water bottles. These must be strictly single person use. Avoid use of communal water bottles.
* Take care with food handling at games; for example, oranges or lollies at half-time or full-time. Use tongs to serve or reconsider shared food.
* Mouth-guards should be washed after each game, followed by cleaning of hands.
* Continue to cover nose and mouth with tissue or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing.
* Keep 1.5m distance from anyone that is coughing or sneezing.
* All players and officials should wash their hands with soap and water and dry with paper towel prior to and after games.
* Gloves should be worn when attending to players with injuries – especially against blood exposure but also to prevent contact with mouth-guards.

Any member with flu-like symptoms should self-exclude from playing, training and spectating at the first sign of the symptoms and seek medical advice.

Further advice on the Coronavirus COVID-19 can be found from the following recommended sources:

Australian Government Department of Health (www.health.gov.au) or for general advice regarding COVID-19, call the Australian Government’s Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080

All members of the hockey community should note that this is an evolving situation and advice could change at any time. SRHC will endeavour to update the hockey community as it is relevant.
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