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NHSC Guidelines on return of spectators to GAA Club Games


Purpose:

To advise county boards and clubs on key Covid-19 control measures required to operate safe events for spectators in line with Government Public Health advice. In the absence of specific Government advice on spectators and mass gatherings we must endeavour to take a practical, responsible, and common- sense approach to managing risk whilst observing existing regulations. It is recommended that these guidelines are adopted by all GAA clubs in 32 counties at this time.

Communication

It is essential that clear and concise information is made available to spectators before they consider attending any club games. This strategy should involve all available means of communication from national to local level. Use of official GAA websites, social media platforms, information on tickets and use of signage outside grounds are just some of the ways that key information can be disseminated to spectators attending games. Important areas to address include:

Spectators should be aware that all the risks posed from Covid-19 cannot be eliminated, including attending GAA games but that essential control measures have been put in place to reduce risks for members.

Spectators must not attend games if they display any symptoms of Covid-19 and instead should phone their GP and follow public health advice

Individuals that are considered high risk or are in close contact with others who are considered high risk should not attend games click here

Individuals must be informed that much of the responsibility for managing Covid-19 risk remains with themselves particularly in relation to social distancing, wearing of face coverings and sanitation

All spectators should be encouraged to bring their own hand sanitiser

The use of face coverings is strongly advised for all patrons over the age of 13

Spectators must not enter the field of play at any time including pre-match, at half-time and other intervals and after the final whistle or at end-of-match presentations

Spectators should be advised to keep their own record of contacts at a match for potential tracing purposes

All spectators should beencouraged to download the HSE tracing app click here

Capacity:

Commencing 20th July 2020 in accordance with the Government of Ireland Revised Roadmap, a maximum gathering of 500 persons is permitted in the 26 Counties. This will therefore restrict the total capacity at GAA grounds to 500 until further notice

The figure of 500 includes all present at the ground, including staff, volunteers, players, backroom staff, media, contractors, and spectators of all ages

In the 6 Counties as of 11th July games are permitted without spectators with guidance due to be issued in advance of the resumption of competition on 17th July 2020.

The number in attendance should be recorded by the club hosting the match to ensure that government guidance has been fully complied with. A designated person should be appointed to carry out this task

Every ground should be risk assessed to ensure that it is capable of hosting a gathering of up to 500 people in line with social distancing measures. If not, consider an alternative venue or reduce the number of tickets allocated to reflect the capacity of the ground to maintain spectator social distancing

If a ground cannot be secured in such a way as to prevent surplus attendees e.g. where a match is to be played in a public park, local authority pitch or an open space and where large crowds/crowds of 200 or more can be reasonably anticipated an alternative venue should be considered

Consideration should be given to operating single header fixtures only where existing control measures do not adequately mitigate the risks involved in running two or more games including management of numbers and movement of spectators

The use of a manual clicker device is highly recommended as a means of counting all personnel entering the ground

Social Distancing:

The current public health guidance advises a social distance of 2m be maintained between people. Further government guidance may change and the GAAs assessment method may change as a result.

Where small groups of people are attending games, members of these should wherever possible be from the same household

Individuals and small groups should remain insofar as possible in the same area for the duration of the game, remain 2m apart and avoid intermingling with other individuals or groups

Signage should be in place to remind spectators to practice and maintain social distancing

Consideration should be given to the ingress and egress of patrons particularly when there is more than one game taking place. Where possible use separate entrance and exit points to reduce crossflow of spectators and help maintain safe distancing or if entry/exit point is the same divide with a barrier to create a two-way system

Ensure there is adequate space at the entry point for social distance queueing with adequate signage, ground markings and stewarding in place

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