Baseball Victoria COVID-19 Update – 16 June 2021

Baseball Victoria

16 June 2021

in Baseball Victoria News with tags: #coronavirus #COVID-19

Following the Victorian Government’s announcements today, Baseball Victoria is planning for the further easing of restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne from 11:59pm on Thursday 17 June 2021.

The upcoming changes to restrictions from 11:59pm tomorrow include:

  • 25km travel radius removed, allowing for travel between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.

  • Masks must be worn indoors except if at home, or if an exception applies, and masks are recommended to be worn outdoors where 1.5 metres physical distancing cannot be maintained.

  • Density limits increased in public settings including workplaces and restaurants.

  • Community sport open for all ages both training and competition, limited to the minimum number of people required to participate in and facilitate the activity (players and coaches) and within venue limits.

  • Spectators are allowed within venue limits in regional Victoria, while no spectators are allowed in metropolitan Melbourne, other than people necessary for events.

Training and competition across all age groups can return, with confirmation that winter associations can return to competition this weekend. Density limits and restrictions still apply for facilities at our diamonds and all clubs will need to meet these requirements as part of their return to play.

Please find link to the full statement below: