UPDATE - MARCH 3 2022
Level 2 Public Health Measures -
Level two public health measures now apply and impact some of the entry requirements to the MALC.
The additional restrictions/requirements as required under the COVID Transition (Level 2 Public Health and Social Measures) Directions COVID Transition (Level 2 Public Health and Social Measures) Directions (www.wa.gov.au) include;
All persons 8 years and over are required to wear a mask into the Centre. Masks can be removed if
- you are in the swimming pools,
- participating in vigorous exercise in the gym, in a group fitness class or on the courts.
- While consuming food and drink, or
- With a valid exemption
Spectators at Community Sport
No spectators are permitted to community sport. Parents or guardians of a child who is participating in that community sporting activity as a player or official, or someone who is a member of the immediate family of a person who is a player in that community sporting activity however are able to attend games.
The Centre has already been operating under a 2m2 per person rule, however there is also a maximum capacity of 150 persons in separate indoor spaces (500 in the Aquatic Area).
Parents attending sporting games are asked to please arrive to games no more than 10 minutes prior to the game and leave immediately after in order to avoid the Centre reaching any of the capacity limits.
With the increase of COVID in the community, we ask that anyone feeling unwell stays away from the Centre and follows public health requirements. This information and the latest government information and updates, can be found at COVID-19 coronavirus: Latest updates (www.wa.gov.au)
If you have been confirmed with COVID and have attended the Centre during your infections period, we ask that you notify the Centre as soon as possible in order for us to advise any impact customers who may be considered potential close contacts as soon as possible.
UPDATE JANUARY 31 2022
Fully Vaccinated Entry Requirements
The Health Department and WA State Government have introduced Proof of Vaccination requirements for centre venues and services. Proof of Vaccination Directions (No 5) (www.wa.gov.au)
The directions require anyone 16 and over coming into the MALC from Monday 31 January and entering or participating in activities in the following areas, must be fully vaccinated or present a valid exemption.
- accessing the gym
- attending a fitness class (dry sessions)
- entering the creche
- accessing the kiosk seated area
- accessing the courts (except for community sport)
Providing Proof Of Vaccination
You can do this by using the ServiceWA app or Express plus Medicare mobile app. If you don't have this, you can also show a COVID-19 digital certification or immunisation history statement with appropriate ID.
All patrons 16 years and over must register with the Services WA contact tracing QR code or sign in on the written register when coming into the venue.