Baseball Victoria COVID-19 Update – 23 June 2021

Baseball Victoria

23 June 2021

in Baseball Victoria News with tags: #coronavirus #COVID #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 24 June 2021.

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

  • Players, parents, and spectators can attend outdoor community sport within the total cap of 1,000 people.

  • Private visitors to the home increase to 15 and up to 50 people can gather outside in a public place like a park.

  • Density limits increased in public settings including workplaces and restaurants, with masks still required indoors.

Community sport remains open for all ages both training and competition, within venue limits and subject to all COVIDSafe settings.

The Victorian Government has provided this Table of Restrictions from 11:59pm on Thursday 24 June 2021 which defines the changes for regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne.

Baseball Victoria will provide further details to winter associations regarding our continued return to training and play, including an updated COVIDSafe Plan.

“It’s great to see the further easing of restrictions in Victoria following the efforts of everyone across the state to protect the community and stop the spread,” Baseball Victoria CEO Kristie Middleton said. “We remain committed to participant safety and will continue working with the Victorian Government and our stakeholders to ensure a safe return to activity and play for our baseballers.”

Please find link to the full statement below: