Updated COVID-19 Information
Following changes in government guidance this week, our obligations as a club have significantly increased and we are asking all parents to support the new procedures we have put in place to ensure that we are able to continue playing and offering training at Egerton over the coming weeks.
Our method statements, risk assessments and forms to be completed (for managers and officials) have all been reviewed and updated and can be found in the links below (pls link to the attached docs).
NHS Track and Trace QR codes are now in place around the site. ALL adults over the age of 16 who are attending the site for either matches or training MUST check in with a QR code using the NHS Test and Trace App). For those who don’t wish to use the app, you must notify your team manager and pass your details onto them so they have a record of your attendance.
The obligation to do this has increased dramatically and unfortunately for teams not provide this information we will not be able to allocate pitches in subsequent weeks. Up to date, we have relied on managers collating this information and holding it secure for 21 days. However, increased obligations place more responsibility on the club which we must now share amongst us if football is to continue in the near term.
Similarly, this obligation now applies at training – and where information is not forthcoming – we will not be able to allocate sessions to teams. We do hope you understand that these requirements come from the latest set of government obligations that we must follow. Thank you for your continued support.