Covid 19 – IWAI Guidelines – Dec 4

  Covid-19 – IWAI Guidance – 4th December 2020

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We continue to advise all members to heed the advice from the relevant authorities and to follow the public health guidance as determined by the governments in both jurisdictions. Published government documents detailing increasing restrictions at various levels

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The Department of Health is leading the government response in Ireland to COVID-19 and are providing up to date information and advice on it’s website at https://www.gov.ie/en/organisation/department-of-health

With the entire country now at Level 3 Waterways Ireland has issued Marine Notice #100/20 which can be accessed at https://www.iwai.ie/bbpress/iwai-forums/topic/mn100-20-shannon-sew-royal-grand-barrow-navigation-re-opening/

Travel within your county is now permitted with country-wide travel permitted from December 18th 2020 to January 6th 2021. The navigation is open with locks and bridges on winter opening hours and those service blocks that normally open all year round are open. You should remain within your county until December 18th and only boat with members of your household or social bubble and continue to observe social distancing.

Continue to pay particular attention to correct hand hygiene, cleaning of surfaces, cough/sneeze etiquette and physical distancing (social distancing) –keeping 2m between yourself and anyone not living in the same house / flat / boat as you.

IWAI has released an infographic on social distancing while boating.

Branches can only meet using technology e.g. skype/zoom meetings, conference calls, email discussions, WhatsApp

No indoor gatherings are allowed and up to 15 persons max can meet outdoors whilst maintaining social distancing and all other public health measures.

However all IWAI organised events remain postponed.

If you are feeling unwell, with a fever and/or cough, stay at home and phone your GP.

Executive will update this guidance as the situation develops but it is essential that members keep themselves informed using the information at the links above.