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Tennis Australia and Tennis Queensland have made the decision to take further precautions in the interest of the health and wellbeing of our community. Our goal is to avoid bringing crowds together in order to help contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and minimise the inevitable strain on our healthcare system.
So far Australia has been one of the leading nations in the world in managing COVID-19 and limiting the spread of infection. As a big, broad community we have taken pride in looking after one another and those among us who are vulnerable. It has been one of the few positives to come out of this crisis and our tennis community has played its part.
Tennis clubs throughout Queensland will be allowed to have more than 20 people at a venue from this week if strict compliance measures are met. The Queensland Government has released the Industry COVID Safe Plan for Outdoor Sports which allows community sport, including tennis, to increase participation numbers.
11 March 2020 | Tennis Queensland. With the current issue globally surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Tennis Australia has developed the guidelines for tournaments to follow. Guidelines can be downloaded here. Organisers and participants are asked to familiarise themselves with the guidelines and to protect good hygiene to protect against ...
The plan outlines a staged approach for easing travel-based restrictions once Queensland reaches high vaccination rates. Border zone update From 1am AEST Wednesday 13 October, the Bourke Shire, Broken Hill, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Unincorporated Far West local government areas (LGAs) are part of the non-restricted border zone .
The Queensland COVID Vaccine Plan was announced by the Queensland Premier on 18 October 2021. The plan outlines a staged approach for easing travel-based restrictions once Queensland reaches high vaccination rates. See current restrictions for impacted areas in South East Queensland. Restrictions for Townsville and Palm Island are the same as ...
Queensland COVID-19 statistics. Detailed information about COVID-19 cases in Queensland including maps of cases by HHS and LGA, likely source of infection, age and gender, testing completed, and self-quarantine notices issued.
Tennis can be played in South Australia and Northern Territory. But the latest advice from tennis officials in the ACT, Queensland, Tasmania and Western Australia is that venues should be closed. Surfing. Surfing is classified as a form of exercise and is understood to be permitted in all areas of the country.
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