Irish Rugby | COVID-19 Resources For Rugby Clubs And Schools
Clubs are advised to ensure sectoral guidelines are in place for all hospitality services:
People who are fully vaccinated and symptom free who are close contacts of a COVID-19 case do not currently have to restrict movements. See guidance below for full details.
ROI COVID Tracker App: https://www.gov.ie/en/service/da832-download-the-covid-tracker-app/
Frequently Asked Questions:
August 31st- Update To Personal Assessment Declaration:
While many clubs are using the IRFU’s RugbyConnect system to carry out the important measure of completing Pre-Rugby Personal Assessment Declarations, a number of clubs are still using standalone platforms for health screening.
Please note the standardised template for Pre-Rugby Personal Assessment Declaration has been revised, effective from week commencing August 31st 2021.
The latest version has been revised to include symptoms of runny nose, nasal congestion and sinus type symptoms in line with more common presentations of the delta variant of COVID-19.
The IRFU believes every precautionary measure that can be taken must be taken to keep the rugby community safe.
Club members who have developed new symptoms, including cold or flu symptoms are advised not to attend their rugby club and contact their GP.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued work and vigilance in delivering on your club’s COVID-19 Health & Safety Plan.
- September 16th: Sport Ireland Return to Sport Guidance September 2021