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As of the 19th September 2021
OFFICIAL

 

 

                  WHEN ON THE AAS PREMISES THE FOLLOWING IS MANDATORY

 

                  Check-in by scanning the QR code with the “SA Gov app” or filling in the “Contact Tracing Form

 

                  The wearing of Facemasks while on AAS premises.

          However

          Masks may be removed for drinking and eating.

          Models do not have to wear a mask when posing but must wear a mask otherwise.

          This is consistent with the ruling below in bold.

           A requirement that a person wear a face mask does not apply to a person
          if the person is carrying out functions as an authorised worker and it is not possible to properly carry out those functions with a mask on.

                  

          From https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/

 

                  Face masks are an additional physical barrier to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Children under 12 years of age are not required to wear a mask.
                 Masks or face coverings should NOT be worn by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated, or

                 otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
                 A suitable face mask includes reusable cloth masks, and single-use face masks (commonly called surgical masks) that covers the nose and mouth.
                 Scarves, bandannas, snoods (or ‘gaiters’) and face shields on their own are not adequate substitutes for masks.
                 Please be respectful to others as reasons for not wearing a mask are not always obvious.
                 Mask use
                 Masks are required as follows:
                 Mandatory
                  • health care services
                  • passenger transport services
                  • high risk settings
                  • airports and airplanes
                  • people in quarantine
                  • personal care
                  • indoor public places. (AAS)

 

                Required as policy

 

                A person must not enter or remain in an enclosed public place unless

                they are wearing a face mask. Indoor public spaces include, but are not limited to:

 

                   • Retail stores and supermarkets
                   • Shopping centres
                   • Places of worship
                   • Cinemas and theatres
                   • Restaurants and bars
                   • Elevators

 

 

Please check this site regularly for updated information.
 

 

If you have questions please use this email adelaideartsociety@gmail.com 

 

 

Phone

0402 876 979