Sport NZ have issued their latest guidelines following the move to allow gatherings of up to 100 from today at 12pm.
Guidance on Fencing activities under Covid-19 Alert Level 2
Sport NZ Covid-19 Alert Level 2 guidelines allow for sports, including contact sports, to resume if they are compliant with public health measures. This means that sports can only resume where good contact tracing is possible and hygiene measures,
Covid-19 Update 21st April 2020
The Government’s announcement yesterday to move from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 was a positive step in New Zealand’s journey to deal with the global Covid-19 pandemic.
With today’s announcement from the New Zealand Government that New Zealand is now at Covid-19 alert level 2, the Board of Fencing New Zealand has made the decision to suspend fencing classes and competitions.
Covid-19 Update 18th March 2020
The Board of Fencing New Zealand is monitoring the fast-moving Covid-19 situation daily and it will continue to publish these advisory notices as required.
Covid-19 Update 13th March 2020 – Guidance on attending NZ Fencing Clubs and Competitions
We are continuing to follow the advice and guidance of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and we advise all our members to do the same. This advice will potentially change daily, so we recommend the web site as an important source.
Covid-19 Update 12th March 2020 – Oceania Under 20’s and Handshaking Rule Temporarily Suspended
The Fencing New Zealand Board continues to monitor the global and local Covid-19 situation and has formed a sub-committee to specifically focus on the issue.