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Home > Resources > 2019 novel coronavirus

2019 novel coronavirus

Updated Monday 17th February, 10am

AWA asks our members to continue to follow the current MOH guidelines:

Do not attend AWA activities if you have visited China in the last 14 days.
Do not attend AWA activities if you feel unwell.
Wash your hands frequently, or use hand sanitizer when soap and water are unavailable.

New advice was released on 15th Feb regarding large scale events:

Advisory for businesses on large-scale events
Businesses should maintain normalcy, as long as the necessary precautions are taken. 
a. As advised by MOH, businesses are advised to cancel or defer nonessential large-scale events to reduce the risk of community transmission of COVID-19. The importance of the events differs according to the needs and priorities of the respective organisations. 
b. Large scale events refer to events with more than 1000 attendees. As a rough guideline, non-essential large-scale events refer to events like Dinner and Dance and Family Day with more than 1000 attendees. 
c. Smaller-scale events such as training and development courses and internal town hall meetings can continue.

Based on this advice, our regular activities do not meet the threshold of ‘large scale,’ therefore unless otherwise specified they will go ahead as scheduled. (In the case of some February activities, our external service provider or the volunteer chair requested that the activity be cancelled or postponed, which we have done.)

If an activity chair or other member is more comfortable taking additional measures above and beyond our guidelines, AWA will attempt to support them as much as possible, on a case by case basis. Please do note however that we are a not-for-profit organization and we ask for your consideration when it comes to cancellations and refunds.

Please note: some of you may have seen more stringent advice that has been given to schools - this is specific to them as a designated ‘vulnerable’ sector, along with elder care and healthcare areas.

We are checking the official government site every day for updates. The health and well-being of AWA members is important to us, and the AWA will continue to follow the recommendations of the MOH in planning our future events. Be certain to monitor this page and/or our Facebook Member Community group for our most up to date policies.