Basketball Queensland (BQ) have created this COVID-19 Resource Hub as a central point of information for our associations, clubs and participants with a series of resources designed to guide and assist a safe return to our courts.
THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED AS INFORMATION REGARDING QLD'S COVID RESTRICTIONS IS MADE AVAILABLE.
Any updates released by the Queensland Gov, but not included below, will supersede the below information.
The Queensland Government has now outlined their Sport, Recreation and Fitness Activities Matrix, in their recent update to sporting organisations, that provides an overview of restrictions linked with vaccination status.
The key points outlined in the Sport and Rec update include:
- Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people can participate in sporting activities.
- Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people will be permitted entry to indoor sport centres, indoor social sporting and recreation-based activities and community clubs, however occupant density limits of one person per two square metres will apply.
- Unvaccinated persons will not be permitted to clubhouse or function rooms with food and beverage services, cafes, pubs clubs and bars (licensed areas).
-Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people are able to visit a canteen for takeaway
Please note some venues linked to licensed premises maybe not allow entry to unvaccinated persons under the Public Heath Directions. Make sure you have checked with your association or club if you are unsure about specific venue restrictions.
Check In Queensland App - All Queensland
Anyone visiting a basketball stadium for any reason will need to check in using the Check In Qld app.
From 1am AEST Sunday 2 January masks must be worn indoors everywhere in Queensland, except in your own home or accommodation, and where it is unsafe, such as while doing strenuous exercise.
-all indoor workplaces
- public transport and rideshare
- supermarkets and retail shops
- hospitality venues including pubs, clubs and cafes
- cinemas and theatres
- indoor stadium, sports arena or sports centre
- gyms and sport activities
- vulnerable settings like hospitals and aged care
- schools, childcare and other education facilities
- airports and on planes
You do not need to wear a mask outdoors if you can remain 1.5 metres away from others that are not members of your household.
Children under 12 years and people affected by a medical condition or disability do not lawfully have to wear a face mask. See exceptions from wearing face masks.
Indoor stadium, sports arena or sports centre
Masks must be worn at all times, including standing as a spectator, unless seated to watch as a spectator.
Basketball Queensland encourages all members, including players and their families, coaches, staff, and volunteers to download the Check in Queensland App to assist with contact tracing.
Queensland Mental Health Commission
Please remember that you are not alone during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are some positive, proactive steps we can all take to support our mental health and wellbeing, and that of our family and friends. The Queensland Mental Health Commission has put together a number of helpful wellbeing resources for you to access here.