HTML Generator

Breadcrumb

Club Access Policy

Club Access Policy

Please note that with immediate effect, only those members, guests and visitors with a Blue Code on their Vaccine Pass may enter Club premises.

This follows the Government’s announcement of the addition of Red and Amber codes into the Vaccine Pass to differentiate persons with a higher risk of infection.

Members are asked to update their LeaveHomeSafe (LHS) mobile app to version 3.4.0 or above at the earliest opportunity.

Red Code
The Red Code is applicable to all confirmed cases, including persons under home isolation. The Red Code will remain in place throughout their isolation period, turning to a Blue Code once they have recovered from the virus. People with a Red Code may not enter the Club.

Amber Code
International arrivals are now issued with an Amber Code, which will last until they have completed their 4 days of medical surveillance, which follows 3 days of mandatory hotel quarantine. People with an Amber Code may not enter the Club.

To read the Government’s press release in full, please click here.

Members can check their Code Status by tapping on ‘Vaccination Record’ once they have updated the LHS app.

Please be aware that if you do not update LHS, the code colour will not change on your app (for confirmed cases and international arrivals). However, the Club’s scanner will detect your status and persons with Red or Amber Codes may not enter the Club.

All members are reminded that individuals who test positive for Covid-19 by Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) are required by the Government to declare their case online at the following link:

Any persons who know they are infected with Covid-19 but still come to the Club will be subject to disciplinary action.

Close Contacts
Any person who is a close contact of a positive case cannot come to the Club until:

They have recorded negative Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) for two successive days on Day 6 and Day 7 after last contact with the confirmed case. (To be clear, the day following the meeting with the confirmed case is counted as Day 1). Or as otherwise instructed by the health authorities.

Definition of a Close Contact

Close contact is defined as a person who has face-to-face contact without a mask with a confirmed case within two days of a positive test. For example, if a person tests positive on Monday, persons who had been in close contact on Saturday and Sunday are considered as “close contacts”.

The following are considered as close contacts:

  • Persons who live in the same household with the confirmed case.
  • Persons who played golf (without a mask) with the confirmed case.
  • Persons who had drinks or meals with the confirmed case.

If you have any doubt as to the level of contact you have had, or the status of a probable/suspected Covid-19 case, we ask that you err on the side of caution and refrain from visiting the Club.

We would like to remind everyone to remain vigilant and continue to maintain social distancing.