SQUASH AUSTRALIA COVID-19 INFORMATION HUB

Welcome to Squash Australia’s COVID-19 Information Hub.

Here you will find the most relevant links to information and support for centres/clubs as well as an archive of our COVID-19 related news stories and updates (below). Please note that the updates were correct at the time of publishing.

SQA is aware that many of its affiliated clubs and centres face significant challenges in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. Social distancing is being practised by the population on the advice of the Federal Government, which along with restrictions on group gatherings means Clubs/Centres will have their daily business and squash operations impacted.

SQA has been monitoring the situation closely and will be contacting Clubs and Centres via the Centre News email, so please ensure that your Key Club Contacts are up to date on the Sporty HQ database.

It intends to provide Clubs and Centres with guidance on some of the considerations to assist you on how to make the best decisions in these trying times. 

For further assistance, please contact the Squash Australia Facilities Coordinator. They will be able to provide guidance to you, with insights from what other clubs and other sports are also doing.

LATEST
MAY 21 - 11.45am
Australian Sports Foundation 
Squash Australia encourages centres across Australia to take part in a survey generated by the ASF to assist Centres during the period of COVID-19.
ASF COVID-19 SURVEY 

Centre Update
Check out the following link that provides the latest update on when Centres are permitted to open across Australia. 
CENTRES OPENING DATES

 



SQUASH AUSTRALIA UPDATES

 

 

 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL STIMULUS PACKAGE


 

 

 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ADVICE DEPARTMENT HEALTH

  
SPORT AUSTRALIA GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNITY SPORT AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT COVID-19 AND SPORTING ACTIVITY
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SMART TRAVELLER WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION

 

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