During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic extra care has to be taken when using Musselburgh boating pond for club activities and coaching. The guidelines below will be revisited on a regular basis in line with updated government guidelines as we are leaving lockdown in Scotland.
Access/Egress of Water
On the Water
Number of Participants on the night
With a trained COVID-19 officer or a delegated person present, up to 30 participants from multiple households can attend a lagoon session at any time.
Coaching groups will be maintained at a maximum number of 8 participants from 5 house holds.
Physical distancing measures of 2m (6 feet) have to be adhered to off the water.
Children attending lagoon sessions
Children aged 0-11 do not need to maintain physical distancing during lagoon sessions.
Children have to be booked into coaching sessions to ensure a maximum ratio of 8 participants from 5 households can be maintained at all times.
Track and Trace
Participants have to complete a self-declaration about their health and circumstances before attending a session and leave there contact details with the duty coach.
EKC will keep records stored securely for 21 days in case of a need for track and trace after a session.
People who are symptomatic should self-isolate for 10 days; household members for 14 days as per info on NHS guidance.
If you need to sneeze or cough, do so into a tissue or upper sleeve. Dispose of your tissue into an appropriate bin supplied at the venue or place in a plastic bag and take home. Wash your hands afterwards for 20 seconds.