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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.

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.

Fencing New Zealand is monitoring the global Coronavirus situation and working closely with the FIE and Asian Fencing Confederation (AFC).

As we know the Asian Cadet and Juniors has been postponed and it is very likely the Senior Championships, due to be held in South Korea next month, will also be postponed.

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