Tennis is permitted at Level 3, in a safe controlled environment. Play is only permitted with those inside your household bubble. You should scan in, stay at least 2m away from those outside your bubble, and sanitise your hands on entry and exit to the courts. Unfortunately, professional coaching (group/1-1/private lessons) is not permitted at Level 3.
Auckland and parts of Waikato are at Alert Level 3. Auckland has an easing of some Level 3 restrictions. The rest of NZ remains at Alert Level 2 and gathering restrictions of 100 still apply (other than for hospitality). CLUB/FACILITY RESOURCES. TENNIS ACTIVITY ALERT LEVEL GUIDELINES (outside Auckland) TENNIS ACTIVITY ALERT LEVEL GUIDELINES (Auckland Alert Level 3.1 (step 1)) MISC LINKS. https://covid19.govt.nz
LEVEL 3 UPDATE | We are excited to hear the Ministers comments today about tennis, and we are now awaiting the detailed guidelines for sport from Sport NZ. As soon as we have that detail, we will share it with the tennis community so if you wish, you can prepare appropriately for the move into Level 3.
Many of the Level 3 rules remain in place. You should continue to: wear a face covering, and keep 2 metres distance from others when exercising; use the NZ COVID Tracer app and scan QR codes if you visit an essential service; stay home if you are unwell and call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested.
Playing conditions during Level 3 Lockdown Tennis can be played under the following guidelines for members within their bubble . From Tuesday afternoon you must ring me and arrange a time to play, giving details of all players.
Alert Level 3. Play must be contained within your bubble. Streets, outdoor parks and fields are okay, but playgrounds are closed. Scenarios at Level 3. Public and school playgrounds are closed. You are able to drive within your region to play in a public space for example a beach or a park – however physical distancing (2 metres) should be maintained.
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What we need to do at Alert Level 3. At Alert Level 3, there is medium risk of community transmission with active, but managed, clusters. Make sure you follow all the public health rules to protect yourself, your whānau and our communities. Check locations of interest Book your free COVID-19 vaccination.
At Friday's Covid-19 press conference Robertson said tennis could also be played and encouraged Kiwis to check the Sport New Zealand website for the level 3 guidelines relating to sport. But the ...