Symptomatic individuals should not attend training or competitions.
Covid-19 Officers will play a vital role in ensuring that all contact tracing data is collected and all Covid-19 protocols are being followed. They will remind individuals to continue promoting good respiratory and hand hygiene.
Training should take place in pods of 6 where individuals are not vaccinated or have mixed immunity status and there should be 3m between pods. Where all participants are vaccinated, no fixed capacity limits apply. Where mixed immunity exists, the coach should remain distant from all pods and have no close proximity interactions with any pod member. He/she can however oversee multiple pods once there are no interactions with any of them.
Inter club sparring can take place for all fully vaccinated individuals. Those not vaccinated must remain in their pods of 6.
Showers and changing rooms are permissible for fully vaccinated individuals. Where mixed immunity exists, the use of these should be pod based.
All appropriate protective measures and Covid-19 protocols should remain in place to mitigate the spread of the virus. Where equipment must be shared, appropriate sanitisation measures must remain in place. Wearing of masks should remain a priority especially for those not directly involved in the training or competition setting. Ventilation must also remain a priority as it’s a core component of the Covid-19 response. Doors and/or windows should be opened to ensure a passive air flow which will help mitigate the risk of virus spread. Consideration of indoor space densities and duration of indoor activities should be taken into account when planning events.
To attend indoor sporting activities, the use of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (vaccine or recovery certificate) will be required. All spectators should be fully seated.
For competitions, all boxers participating who don’t have proof of vaccination must undergo an antigen test. This gives a 48hr window before re-testing must occu