UPDATE! Draw for under 17-15 Finnish Championships and age group championships have been published + safety instructions for the competition
September 14, 2020
Check out the competition safety instructions below and draw here.
17-15 Finnish championships’ and age group championships’ safety instructions
During the competition you must follow all recommendations and orders set by the Finnish authorities - and only show up without any symptoms. Badminton Finland has set its own set of instructions, that you can find from the end of the text.
In addition to the previously mentioned guidelines, Tapion Sulka would like to emphasize the following:
Use of masks
Face masks should be worn at all times when off court, whenever possible. THL recommends masks for over 15-year-olds.
Tapion Sulka requests that anyone at the competition supporting a player (family and friends) would only spend the absolute necessary time at the venue. In case a parent or guardian has reason to spend the day supporting and looking after their child, we ask for only one parent or guardian to be present. Players should also aim to minimize their time spent at the venue.
The previously mentioned instructions strive to ensure that the competition could be played as safely as possible - this requires some changes from the behavior that we are used to.
Badminton Finland’s safety instructions for competitions during coronavirus
Use of face masks is recommended off court
Participants must maintain a 1,5 meter distance at all times
The competition organisers will ensure that all seating around courts are 1,5 meters apart during the whole competition
The competition organisers will remind participants and audience members to maintain a 1,5 meter distance via the pa system
Hands should be washed frequently, for at least 20 seconds and with soap
Hands are washed before and after matches, after touching shared equipment over the course of the entire match
If possible at the venue, time spent waiting is recommended to spend outdoors
The competition organisers will ensure sufficient amounts of hand sanitizer at the venue
NOTE! Hand sanitizer does not replace washing hands, but is an additional part of good hand hygiene
When sneezing or coughing, it’s important to sneeze into your arm or cover your mouth with paper and immediately throw it away. It’s important to wash your hands well after sneezing or coughing.
If you are showing any symptoms of a respiratory infection, you do not show up at the venue and you don’t participate in the competition
This means everything ranging from a runny nose and stuffiness to coughing and more serious symptoms. Slight fever is also categorized as a symptom of an infection
If suffering from any symptoms, it’s important to contact local health services.
If you start having symptoms during the competition, you must retire from the competition and leave the venue avoiding the use of public transport, and seek guidance for a possible covid-19 test
The competition organiser must ensure together with the venue staff that any surfaces that are in heavy use are disinfected regularly
This includes door handles, faucets etc.
Shaking hands before or after a match is forbidden
Verbal greeting before and after a match
No physical contact through handshakes, fist bumps, etc.
Tapion Sulka Ry email@example.com
Toiminnanjohtaja Lasse Lindelöf 050 5960643 firstname.lastname@example.org