Statement on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

NETFIT Netball wanted to provide an update on the Coronavirus and our current position with our Events and Activations.

Firstly at all times our number one priority is the health and safety of all our NETFIT Community.

Like all companies around Australia we continue to take the advice from the Australian Government and the relevant medical authorities across the states and territories. The safety of our NETFIT Community at local netball clubs/associations, schools, clinic venues and even our own NETFIT staff is paramount, so it is important that we take the advice of those that know best.

That advice to date – like for the rest of the country – is for people to take care of their personal hygiene and to get themselves checked if they feel like they have flu-like symptoms – but also to go about their usual routine whether work, personal lives or sport.

The Australia Government has signalled today that it is likely that large public gatherings will be impacted at some stage in the future and it is prudent that we are prepared and planned. We have taken the step of forming a hygiene plan for all future NETFIT Events and Activations.

  • We have restricted our clinic program to a 2 court and club room space.
  • We have a hygiene policy and conduct a safety brief where all players must participate on arrival at the clinic and carry these protocols throughout the day.
  • We will provided antibacterial washes for all players.
  • High 5’s will be replaced with foot taps to encourage each other.

In the occurrence of a National announcement to close public events, (via states and territory Governments) We will refund all NETFIT Clinic Booking with a $1 -$3 online service fee attached.

We will continue to take the advice of the Government and make preparations based on that advice. We are planned and while it might get complicated, NETFIT always finds a way.

Sarah Wall 

NETFIT Netball CEO & Founder

 

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