Stay COVID Safe

Stay COVID Safe

Being COVID Safe is a shared responsibility. We want you to enjoy your day out at Redcliffe Festival of Sails and stay safe. Please follow COVID Safe practices when attending this year's Redcliffe Festival of Sails.

Social Distancing plays a vital role in slowing the spread of viruses. Please keep 1.5m between yourself and other guests at all times. You may attend the event in your social or household group.

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  • If you are feeling unwell or have a cough, sore throat, fever, fatigue or shortness of breath, please do not attend Redcliffe Festival of Sails.
  • If you have been in contact with a person with a known positive case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days please stay at home.
  • If you have been tested for COVID-19 and are waiting the results please stay at home.
  • If you have traveled overseas or a known hotspot and are require to quarantine under laws aimed for reducing the spread of COVID-19 please stay at home.

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Keep up the good hand hygiene, start singing "Happy Birthday" when you put the soap on and rinse it off when the song finishes!

Why not double up on the hand hygiene! Plenty of hand sanitiser around the grounds for that!

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Please download and set up the Government's official COVIDSafe app.

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While attending Redcliffe Festival of Sails

COVID announcements will be delivered throughout the day. Please listen to the MC or any of the event staff and volunteers for these announcements and follow the directions.

Please look out for COVID Safe signage and follow the directions closely.

If a space in the event looks crowded let the event staff or security know and please stay away.

If you become unwell while attending Redcliffe Festival of Sails, please locate event staff, security or first aid personnel immediately. The Event team will implement relevant COVID safe practices as per the approved COVID Safe event plan.

Event staff and security have the right to refuse entry into the event space should an attendee display COVID-19 symptoms.

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