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SMD&BC TO RE-OPEN 10AM MONDAY 11 OCTOBER 2021
We are excited to announce that, in line with the NSW Government easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the St Marys Diggers & Band Club will be open from 10am Monday 11 October, 2021.
HOWEVER, THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS APPLY:
- Patrons are reminded that the Club will initially only be open to fully vaccinated or medically exempt members and guests, as per NSW Health orders.
- Patrons must provide proof they are fully vaccinated either via a digital certificate on the Medicare App, Apple Wallet or Google Play or provide a hard copy of your immunisation statement. If you are medically exempt, you will also need to provide a hard copy completed by a medical practitioner. Find out more here>>
- Covid-safe check-ins still apply.
- The 4sqm rule applies indoors and the 2spm rule in outdoor areas.
- Standing while drinking is only permitted in outdoor areas.
- Masks are mandatory indoors and for staff outdoors.
Please have your necessary vaccination proof ready to speed up entry.
Things are changing rapidly, and we’ll keep you updated when rules are relaxed further as vaccination rates increase.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS JANUARY 1, 2021
From Friday 1st January, all businesses, including St Mary’s Diggers will be required to use the NSW Government CovidSafe check-in process within the Service NSW app.
When you visit your Club, you will be required to scan a unique QR code using the camera function on your smartphone before you enter. We recommend downloading the Service NSW app prior to your visit.
Providing your details ensures NSW Health can contact you quickly and easily, if necessary.
If you are a Member, guest or staff member you will need to do the following upon entering:
- Hold your smartphone camera up to the QR code which can be found on posters at entrance points. Simply hover the camera over the code as if you were going to take a photo of it.
- Click the link that pops up on your screen and follow the prompts until you are checked in with the Service NSW app.
- Proceed to the Club entry to have your temperature taken and show your phone confirmation to staff member.
- Members will still need to show their Member card and guests will still need to sign in as per legislation.
- Don’t forget to check-out when you leave, which you can do from within the app.
If you don’t have a smartphone, don’t worry, our friendly staff will assist you to check-in.
As always, the health and safety of our Members, Guests and staff is our number one priority.
For more information about the CovidSafe check-in tool, click here.
Covid Safe Guidelines
The safety of our patrons and staff is our utmost priority. All staff have undergone the Australian Governments Department of Health Covid-19 Infection Control Training, and practice a program of continual cleaning and sanitisation. While restrictions have been eased and more people are allowed in the Club, the following requirements are still in place:
- Entry is via main door only. Eastern car park entry will be closed.
- All members and guests must use the NSW Govt. CovidSafe app and swipe their membership card on entry.
- Patrons and staff must practice safe social distancing at all times (1.5m apart)
- Continue to stay seated in indoor areas, and not co-mingle between other groups of people within the Club.
- Furniture cannot be moved or re-arranged.
- A designated cup/glass return area will be available for extra safety.
- Patrons are encouraged to use the sanitising stations on a regular basis.
- Eftpos/Credit Card tap payment would be appreciated.
- Continue to follow the instructions of our COVID Marshals & Staff at all times.
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The St Marys District Band Club has a very colourful history. In fact, it can trace back its roots right back to when the St Marys District Band was organised in 1882