Wednesday 27 May 2020
Wednesday 13 May 2020
We’re sure you’re all across the recent announcement that New Zealand is moving to Level 2.
At the stage our Regional and National events will be going ahead.
In partnership with our event organisers, we are preparing an Alert Level 2 Event Health and Safety Policy which accounts for any restrictions which may be in force when our events take place.
It seems very likely that the limits on indoor events and gatherings will be adjusted over the coming weeks. We will be continuing to keep a close eye on how these impact our events, and making sure our event policies are kept up to date.
With the current Alert Level 2 guidance, training may be able to resume in some form. Please make sure that you follow the guidance of your teachers and coaches, and follow the Ministry of Health guidelines at all times.
If you have any questions at all, please message us on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next update will be Wednesday 27th May.
Thursday 30 April 2020
At the stage our events for 2020 remain unchanged.
Based on the information currently available, we are confident we can present our regional and national events if the country was at either alert level 2 or 1.
We will continue to monitor alert levels and will keep you updated.
Our next update will be Wednesday 13th May.
Wednesday 15 April 2020
At this stage, our events for 2020 remain unchanged.
We know how much time and effort you all put into your routines. Because of this, NZCAF is committed to bringing you an event series in 2020. Please be assured that competitions, in some form, will happen.
Our next update will be Wednesday 29th April.
We hope you and your whanau are safe and well during the lockdown.
Wednesday 1 April 2020
The NZCAF executive committee is closely monitoring the current COVID-19 situation in New Zealand. In particular we are monitoring how and if it will affect the 2020 competition season.
At the stage there is no change to our events, but we will be reassessing each fortnight.
Please be assured that the safety and health of our competitors and their supporters is our priority above all else. We will always follow the guidelines and recommendations provided by the New Zealand Ministry of Health.
We will post updates on our Facebook page and our website should the situation change.
Our next update will be Wednesday 14 April.