The club’s younger juvenile groups, Gladys’ and Anne’s are back training Tuesday the 11th, therefore making it a full return of all Clonliffe athletes.
Parents of these groups are reminded that the meet up point in the stadium is at the main indoor area, opposite the Clonliffe clubhouse.
All Clonliffe club members are also referred to our Covid 19 protocols as follows:
The club’s Covid 19 Officers continue to update advise to keep our members and their families safe. The current rate of infection in the country is obviously of concern to all. As a club we must continue to be cautious and minimize risk. The club’s Covid Officers continue to be of the view that continued caution and personal responsibility is of paramount importance.
The dressing rooms/showers/hall will continue to remain closed at this time.
Outdoor training and competition thankfully continues. We recommend that coaches wear face masks/coverings and athletes wear face masks/coverings for meeting up/taking instructions and only remove face masks/coverings when training commences.
It is vitally important that we all continue to observe the following:
Do not come training if you have any Covid or flu like symptoms or indeed a cold.
Please observe coughing and sneezing etiquette.
Please refrain entirely from spitting.
Wash your hands before you leave home to come training, bring a hand sanitiser with you, do not press any pedestrian crossing buttons with your hands (that’s what elbows are for!) and if you are stretching do not use a railings or park bench or similar to support you while you stretch.
Do not share drinks, be absolutely careful that your drink bottle does not touch against another athletes drink bottle, do not handle another athletes drink bottle, it is vitally important that cross contamination is avoided.
Indoor training in Morton Stadium:
COVID 19, MOST IMPORTANT:
We encourage all members of Clonliffe Harriers to get fully Vaccinated and to avail of booster shots if offered.
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or flu like symptoms or indeed a cold do not come to train, self isolate and contact your GP. This applies even if you are fully vaccinated.
If you have had a Covid 19 test, you must self isolate and not come training until there is a negative result of such test.
If you have tested positive for Covid 19 you must follow all HSE advise and self isolate (do not come training).
If a member of your household tests positive you must stay home, not come training. You must attend for a test/tests as advised by the HSE and follow all directions of the HSE, limited your movements for the time duration as directed by the HSE.
If a member of your household is waiting for a test result you must not come training.