Recreational Facilities Update
Under the Queensland Government's current Industry COVID-Safe Plans, new restrictions came into affect from 8:00am on 31 August 2020. Increased restrictions have been put in place for people living in the Local Government Areas listed and the City of Brisbane is in that list of restrictions. That means that gatherings of over 10 people are not allowed. Information obtained from Queensland Government - Movement & Gathering Direction (No. 4) state the following;
An owner, resident, tenant, occupier, temporary occupier or person in control of a premises, including a residence, must take reasonable steps to encourage visitors to the premises to practise physical distancing to the extent reasonably practicable.
Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 persons in a restricted area
A maximum of 10 people can gather publicly in a restricted area regardless of whether people are members of the same household or not.
Gatherings of up to 10 persons in non-residences
A person who owns, controls or operates premises, other than a residence, in a restricted area must not organise or allow a gathering of more than 10 people to occur on the premises.
The Cathedral Place Community Body Corporate is currently discussing and looking into ways to implement a COVID Safe Management Plan, to comply with Queensland Government & Queensland Health in regard to; gathering numbers, policing of persons utilising the area/s, record keeping, data management and extra cleaning.
Implementing a COVID Safe Management Plan?
If you have a suggestion of a way to implement the above requirements safely, to get residents back into the pool, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are extremely please to report, that to date, we have not had any COVID-19 cases reported at Cathedral Place. It is pleasing to see that residents are following Government restrictions, by social distancing, washing your hands and keeping safe!