Scouting Guide to Coronavirus

COVID-19 UPDATE – 25 NOVEMBER 2021:

Public Health guidelines have had minor adjustments since Lockdown lifted and affect the Scout section guidelines below. These are:

  • Indoor limits are now 1 person per 2sqm with a maximum density of 20 people
  • Outdoor gatherings can now be 1,000 people

However, Scouts is awaiting Public Health advice regarding maximum numbers for indoor gatherings (currently limited to 20). When that is received the Section Fact Sheets below will be updated.

 

Scouts NSW Response to COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the way we undertake Scouting. During the global pandemic we’ve each played an important role in creating a safe environment for ourselves and each other. We need to continue playing our part in doing things safely and doing them right. Fortunately, none of this is going to be difficult for any of us.

The following information is provided so that Scouts NSW members, their families and other interested parties can understand what we must do to recommence and continue our Scouting activities. You can see general information on COVID from NSW Health here.

A team of Scouts NSW Leaders remains up-to-date with government announcements and Public Health Orders to determine how we may need to adjust Scouting activities. This is the team who will provide any changed or additional guidance for members. The guidance provided in this website will reflect current information, however our members are asked to stay informed through their preferred news channel for changes and location-specific outbreaks that may restrict activities.