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Published by Victoria Park Pool : 06-05-2021

Please wear a mask when visiting our aquatic centres

Please wear a mask when visiting our aquatic centres

Please wear a mask when visiting our aquatic centres

As per State Government directive, from 5pm today (Thursday 6th May), the following COVID restrictions will be in place for the Greater Sydney region including Wollongong, Central Coast and Blue Mountains:

  • Masks are mandatory in all public indoor settings, including public transport. This means you must wear a mask when visiting our centres, unless undertaking strenuous physical activity.
  • No more than 20 guests (including children) are allowed in your home.
  • There will also be no singing or dancing in indoor venues, including places of worship and entertainment venues. Weddings will be exempt, as will dancers or singers who are performers in a show

These restrictions are in place until 12:01am on Monday 10 May, when the State Government will revise these restrictions.

How do these restrictions impact my visit?

You will not notice any major changes to our facilities or programs, we ask that you please follow state requirements and wear a face mask at all times when visiting the centre.

When can I remove my face mask?

Face masks must be worn at all times when inside our centres, unless you are undertaking strenuous physical activity (such as running on a treadmill or where you are breathing heavy), if you are in the pool or eating/drinking. You must carry a face mask with you at all times.

If you have even the mildest symptoms, such as headache, fatigue, cough, sore throat or runny nose to please get tested.

Click HERE for information from NSW Health.

Let's work hard, together as a community to stop the spread! We look forward to seeing you and enjoying our facilities under these guidelines.

News Summary

As per State Government directive announced today (Thursday 6 May), as of 5pm, mask will be mandatory in all public indoor settings in the Greater Sydney region.

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