8 August 2021 | Tennis Queensland This is an update on restrictions that apply to tennis, following this morning’s announcement that South East Queensland’s lockdown will ease this afternoon. For the next fortnight until 4pm Sunday August 22, tennis is permitted in a casual play form and for the purpose of exercise.
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So far Australia has been one of the leading nations in the world in managing COVID-19 and limiting the spread of infection. As a big, broad community we have taken pride in looking after one another and those among us who are vulnerable. It has been one of the few positives to come out of this crisis and our tennis community has played its part.
The Queensland Government has released the Industry COVID Safe Plan for Outdoor Sports which allows community sport, including tennis, to increase participation numbers. The Tennis Queensland Return to Play Roadmap has been updated to reflect the allowance for outdoor sport. In order to increase the number of players at a tennis venue, clubs must complete two checklists.
Queensland’s COVID Safe Future outlines the restrictions for Queensland. Complying with the restrictions in Stage 3. From 4pm Friday 27 August 2021 (reviewed fortnightly), the following restrictions apply: Sport Indoor sport. Compliance with the COVID Safe Checklist. This includes the collection of contact information through the Check In Qld app.
14 March 2020 | Tennis Queensland. Tennis Australia and Tennis Queensland have made the decision to take further precautions in the interest of the health and wellbeing of our community. Our goal is to avoid bringing crowds together in order to help contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and minimise the inevitable strain on our healthcare system.
Nominate for 2021 Queensland Tennis Awards The successes of the Queensland Tennis community is set to be highlighted at the 2021 Queensland Tennis Awards. After a one year hiatus due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the…
Queensland COVID Vaccine Plan. The Queensland COVID Vaccine Plan was announced by the Queensland Premier on 18 October 2021. The plan outlines a staged approach for easing travel-based restrictions once Queensland reaches high vaccination rates.
Although there is no specific evidence that tennis balls can spread COVID-19, we know that contamination by respiratory droplets from an infected person can potentially survive on hard surfaces up to three days.
Queensland COVID-19 statistics. Detailed information about COVID-19 cases in Queensland including maps of cases by HHS and LGA, likely source of infection, age and gender, testing completed, and self-quarantine notices issued.