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Reddingsbrigade Amstelveen Corona Protocol 8.0 Verantwoord zwemmen

Dear parents and swimmers Reddingsbrigade Amstelveen

Attached you will find the new Corona protocol for entering De Meerkamp, starting next Saturday, November 06.

This also applies to the parents who bring their child. / pick up

For those who have done their exam last Saturday for Junior rescuer 2 - 3 or 4 -States on your diploma-

the times for 2 will be 3 and 3 will be 4 have not changed but Junior lifeguard 4 will be swimming rescue 1 and that is from 9.45 till 10.30 hours

Ton Bakker

Amstelveen Rescue Brigade




 

Measures swimming RBA related to Corona (November 6, 2021)


New measures as of November 6

Corona entry permit

A corona certificate of access (negative test result, vaccination certificate or recovery certificate) and a valid ID are required upon entering a swimming pool for everyone aged 18 and older. In the entrance hall, until a corona ticket has been checked and you have passed through the turnstiles, a mouth mask is mandatory.

Keep your distance

Outside the water, the urgent advice is to keep as much distance as possible. That is why the grandstand will remain closed.

Safety and hygiene in and around the pool.

- Stay at home if you have complaints that fit with corona. And get tested. Even if you have been vaccinated.

- Go home immediately if symptoms arise during the activity such as:

- Nose cold

- Runny nose

- Sneezing

- Sore throat

- (Light) coughing

- Shortness of breath

- Rising

- Fever

- Sudden loss of smell or taste

- Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially before and after visiting the pool

- Do not shake hands

- Observe the usual safety and hygiene rules for everyone.



Rules in the pool

- Always follow the instructions of the authorized persons.

- Swimming can and may be done indoors without restrictions

- Showers and changing rooms are open.

- Swimmers and other visitors may be refused entry or sent home during a visit to the bathing facility in case of (suspected) complaints such as:

- Nose colds

- Runny nose

- Sneezing

- Sore throat

- (Light) coughing

- Shortness of breath

- Rising

- Fever

- Sudden loss of smell or taste

- Keep in mind.

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