COVID-19 Guide out of Lockdown. From 29th March 2021
Our boating community really matters to us in these extraordinary times, we would like to thank you for your support over the last year Geomac again has a responsibility to our community and families on the re-opening of our marinas
As we begin the journey out of lockdown to keep our community safe, we are asking all marina users to respect the dates quoted and “no earlier than”
From 29th March
- Leisure Boat owners will be invited back to the marina, with no overnight stays.
- All other restrictions still remain as per our risk assessment.
- Rule of six or 2 households can meet outdoors.
- Outdoor sports facilities will re-open and people will no longer be legally required to stay at home but should still work from home where possible.
From 12th April
- All Marina customers can stay on their boats overnight
- Support bubbles still apply, rule of six or 2 households can meet outdoors.
From 17th May
- Most restrictions will be lifted on meeting outdoors, six people will be able to meet indoors.
From 21st June
- Once restrictions are lifted on 21st June (subject to review), our marina customers are welcome to visit freely.
We appreciate that the Covid-19 restrictions are difficult for everyone and we have tried to create guidelines that are workable and effective. It is incumbent on us all to respect the guidelines However if customers flout the guidelines then we will have a zero tolerance policy. Please respect this and help keep our community safe.
It is critical that we still maintain the following key behaviours:
- HANDS – Wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds.
- FACE – Wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
- SPACE – Stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place.
We will be following the guidance of the Government, CRT and British Marine:
We would like to thank everyone that has observed the guidelines that we have put in place and the support and respect you have given the NHS and carers throughout this pandemic.
Neil Warren and the Marina Team
NHS Covid-19 App – How England and Wales’ contact-tracing service works
Apple and Google’s automated contact-tracing technology will be used to tell people to self-isolate if their phone detects they were near someone later determined to have the virus.
The app also includes:-
- A venue check-in barcode scanner
- A postcode-based risk-level checker
- A symptoms-reporter tool
- The means to order a coronavirus test and receive its results
- A countdown timer to keep track of how long to stay in self-isolation
- A guide to the latest advice on local restrictions, financial support and other related information.
- To get started go to Android’s Google Play or Apple’s App Store and search for NHS Covid-19
The NHS Covid-19 app is optional for more information on how the app work open following link links. https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/nhs-covid-19/