Notice to members from Southern Districts Soccer Football Association

Dear Members, The purpose of this message is to provide clarity and guidance in relation to recent COVID-19 cases within our region.

The following important information is provided on advisement from Service NSW as of 16 July 2020:

Any members that attended the following venues on the dates outlined are deemed to be a close contact with a confirmed case and must self-isolate for 14 days and get tested: Cross Roads Hotel, Casula from Friday, 3 July – Friday, 10 July
Planet Fitness, Casula from Saturday, 4 July to Friday, 10 July
Picton Hotel, Picton on July 4, 5, 9 and 10.

Members that have tested negative must stay in isolation for 14 days and continue to watch for COVID-19 symptoms (refer to the Coronavirus Health Direct Symptom Checker).

Any teams impacted should be in contact with SDSFA immediately for scheduling purposes. Further to the above, If members have attended the following locations on the dates outlined, please watch for COVID-19 symptoms:

Frankies Food Factory, Milperra on Friday 10th July (Flower Power Café)
Bavarian Macarthur, Campbelltown from Friday, 3 July – Friday 10 July
Macarthur Tavern, Campbelltown from Friday 3 July – Friday 10 July
West Leagues Club, Campbelltown from Friday 3 July – Friday 10 July
Plus Fitness, Campbelltown on Saturday 11 July
Thai Rock Restaurant – Wetherill Park (Stockland Mall) Thursday 9th July – Tuesday 14th July

If symptoms occur, self-isolate for 14 days and get tested immediately.

To stay up to date on COVID-19 locations and advice on what to do, click on this link:
Latest NSW Health Covid-19 Locations and updated advices.

We are extremely thankful for the way you have embraced the challenge so far this season. Running a club is not easy at the best of times. We sincerely thank you.

As it stands, the SDSFA intends to continue with the 2020 season as planned. We all know the situation is dynamic, so we will keep you updated. We recognise that the prevalence of COVID-19 in our region is forcing many back into self-isolation and this may impact the ability of clubs to run/host matches. Any clubs that may experience such issues are encouraged to contact the SDSFA as early as possible so alternative arrangements can be made (if possible).

Spectators should be restricted to essential people only and advise where possible, that only one parent/guardian should accompany each junior player and promote that senior players should compete with minimal spectators, as per the latest Covid – 19 Safety Plan.


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