On Tuesday, 12th April 2022 the South Australian Government announced further easing of some COVID-19 restrictions which took effect on Good Friday. The main changes are as follows:
Mask requirements* in all indoor public places (including churches) have been removed – but are strongly recommended in crowded spaces. An individual’s choice to wear a mask should be supported for those who wish to maintain this practice.
QR codes and contact tracing records are no longer required.
Church Council met on Wednesday 20th and confirmed:
- Mask wearing in communal spaces and when moving around will no longer be mandatory, but is encouraged and supported for those who choose to do so.
Masks will still be required to be worn during the following higher risk activities:
- Face-to-face food service to others
- Returning following a period of isolation/quarantine during days 8-14, whilst around others.
- QR codes and contact tracing records will no longer be used.
- We continue to encourage high levels of hygiene and consideration of others.
- Social distancing: Chairs in the chapel will continue to be spaced out and rear doors open for 9:15am and Combined services.
Thank you for your on-going understanding, resilience and flexibility. Please continue to look out for one another and for yourself.
Chair of Church Council