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Private Clubs’ Precautionary Measures against Covid-19 (Updated on 8/9/22)

 

Craigengower Cricket Club

As the epidemic situation in Hong Kong has substantially alleviated in a continuous manner since March 2022, the HKSAR Government announced that the first stage of adjustments to social distancing measures will take effect from 21 April 2022.

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Club de Recreio

All Guests/non-members entering the Club will now have to use the Leave Home Safe app or fill in Health Declaration Form.

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CLP Lawn Bowls Club

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Filipino Club

Please be informed that because the epidemic situation is going to be stabilized, we have decided to lift the guest and spectator restriction from 1 Jun 2022 but all personnel entering our premises must need to possess a valid LeaveHomeSafe and Vaccine Pass.


Hong Kong Cricket Club

In view of the worsening epidemic situation in Hong Kong, the HKSAR Government announced on 26th August, a tightening of the current social distancing measures to reduce the transmission risk in the community.

With immediate effect, all players visiting HKCC must present a photo showing a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT)  with a negative result of a test conducted within the preceding 24 hours or a PCR negative result within the preceding 48 hours. The player's name, date and time of taking the RAT must be marked on the RAT.

Please be reminded that Persons under the category of 'Red Code' or 'Amber Code' are not allowed to enter to the Club premises.

Please ensure your "LeaveHomeSafe" (LHS) mobile app is updated for entry to the Club.

Spectators are allowed.

 

Hong Kong Football Club

All Guests/non-members entering the Club will now have to use the Leave Home Safe app – there will no longer be a “sign-in” facility available.

Spectators are allowed.

Please be advised of the latest measure applicable to all visiting teams/players and accompanying persons which comes into effect immediately and until further notice:

On cessation of a league and national match all visiting teams/players and accompanying persons shall leave the Club Premises at the earliest instance.

 

Indian Recreational Club

At the entrance of the Club everyone entering the Club needs to do the leave home app and vaccine app and temp body check.

Spectators are allowed.


Kowloon Bowling Green Club

Reminder of Implementation on Second Stage of Vaccine Pass

Government COVID-19 Directive

 

Kowloon Cricket Club

- All opponents from away teams will enter the Lawn Bowls via the side walkway path behind the car park

- Undergo temperature checks and sign medical declaration at the entrance of the carpark

- All attendants will be required to sign in using the LeaveHomeSafe “LHS” app and Fulfil the CLP Vaccination Requirement (for 12yrs and above)/exemption on entry into the KCC

- “LHS” QR code is available on Lawn Bowl entrance

- Spectator is allowed but not more than 4 people per group with 1.5m social distancing

- All participants, spectators and coaches will need to wear a mask at all times.

- Not allowed to enter the Main Clubhouse (except to our Club ‘Guest Policy’)

 

Police Sports and Recreation Club

All Guests/non-members entering the Club will now have to use the Leave Home Safe app or fill in Health Declaration Form.

No spectators are permitted.

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Police Officer Club

All Guests/non-members entering the Club will now have to use the Leave Home Safe app or fill in Health Declaration Form.

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Simply Bowls Institute

All Guests/non-members entering the Club will now have to use the Leave Home Safe app or fill in Health Declaration Form.

Spectators are allowed.


United Services Recreation Club

Below is our club notice on "Leave Home Safe" and "Vaccine Pass". It applies to members, guests and visiting teams. The "No Spectator allowed" restriction also stands.

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