LAST UPDATED: Friday 4th June 2021
Following the latest Welsh Government review of coronavirus restrictions we are pleased to progress into the Amber Phase of our Return To Judo roadmap.
The Welsh Government has confirmed further relaxations seeing the number of people able to attend organised indoor and outdoor activities increase. From Monday 7th June up to 30 people can take part in organised indoor activities and up to 50 people in organised outdoor activities. Ministers will review the public health situation again, ahead of 21st June, to determine whether indoor events can restart.
Under 18’s are now able to participate in controlled, contact groups, indoors. Those 18 and over are able to practice organised physical activity, indoors with physical distancing.
The relaxations continue the Welsh Government’s planned, step-by-step approach to relaxing the coronavirus. Wales is moving out of alert level three, moving into level one. As we continue to liaise with colleagues in Sport Wales and the WSA, details of what moving Wales into Alert Level 1 looks like can be found here.
The timing of resumed activity spans across the four themes, with greater detail provided by Welsh Government and national governing bodies as we progress through the phases, moving out of lockdown. The message from Welsh Government is clear: some activities – due to the limitations posed by social distancing – lend themselves to resuming earlier than others and a coordinated approach is required.
Our guidance is based on Welsh Government legislation, this is the law in Wales and differs from England, Scotland and other Home Countries. Public Health Wales guidance surrounding Covid-19 is drawn in accordance with Welsh Government legislation. Please note that due to the ever-changing status of the current COVID-19 pandemic the guidelines provided will continue to be adapted, in line with and guided by Welsh Government legislation and Public Health Wales guidelines.
The guidance provided in our Return To Judo documents enables Welsh Judo clubs to reopen inline with the latest legislation. Clubs must follow this guidance to be insured when they reopen. We have made every effort to communicate these guidelines as simply and as clearly as possible through the following SIX STEPS that will allow clubs to reopen safely during the Covid-19 pandemic in Wales when not in lockdown:
For further support concerning this guidance, or for information around implementing any aspect of return to Judo, please contact:
Welsh Judo COVID-19 Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welsh Judo Head Office: email@example.com
Welsh Judo Resources
WSA Covid-19 Awareness Course
Register your Covid Compliance Officer with Welsh Judo
British Judo Advice & Guidelines
The latest advice of guidelines from British Judo Association can be found below. The advice from British Judo is based on English clubs only.
Please continue to follow Welsh Government and Public Health Wales guidelines:
1. Welsh Government Sport Guidance
2. Welsh Government Organised Children’s Activities
3. Welsh Government Coronavirus Control Plan (May 2021)