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Sport & Rec: Covid-19 info

He parongo mō KŌWHEORI-19

Latest update Thursday 27 January: Red Light in Queenstown Lakes District.

Anyone (over the age of 12 years 3 months) visiting the following facilities and venues will need to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and wear a mask on entry:

  • Queenstown Events Centre (including Alpine Health and Fitness, Alpine Aqualand, Aqualand Swim School, and Rockatipu Climbing Wall)

  • Wānaka Recreation Centre and Pool

  • Frankton Golf Centre

Additionally:

  • Children aged up to 12 years and 3 months are not required to provide a vaccine certificate or pass.

  • Children aged 7 and below must be accompanied by a caregiver aged 16 years or older when accessing facilities with the usual supervision policy ratios; the caregiver must be vaccinated and provide a vaccine pass.

  • Children aged 8 or older are able to access facilities unsupervised.

  • Non-vaccinated members of Frankton Golf Centre can use the course outdoors but must not enter the golf shop.

  • Further information will be publically available at Sport and Recreation venues and emailed to members as required.

QLDC Programmes:
If you are in doubt over whether your sport league or programme is going ahead, then you can reach out to the below:

 

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