- Am I vaccinated / have I received mybooster?
Being vaccinated offers good protection against severe illness and hospitalisation and
lowers the risk to you and others.
- Am I more vulnerable than others?
Activities involving meeting others is higher risk so you need to take steps to protect yourself.
Will I be there longer than 2 hours?
The shorter the duration of an activity, the lower the risk.
- Will the event be indoors?
Indoor activity is riskier than outdoor activity.
If the activity is indoors, will there be adequate ventilation?
Let fresh air in to reduce the risk ofCOVID-19.
- Do I have symptoms that could be associated with COVID-19?
If you are displaying any symptoms,you should stay at home and arrange a PCR test –
do not go out.
- Does anyone I’m meeting have symptoms that could be associated with COVID-19?
Feel comfortable asking the people you are meeting if they have symptoms and if they do,
advise them to stay at home and book a PCR test.
- Can I keep a safe distance from others?
By keeping your distance from others,you can reduce your risk – be aware that this maybe more difficult in some places.
- Will the venue be crowded?
Avoiding crowded places will reduce the risk associated with an activity.
- Will I/we wear masks?
Wearing masks reduces the risk foreveryone.
- Is it a well-managed premises?
If a venue is not following public health guidance, including checking your vaccine pass, there
may be a higher risk. You should take your business elsewhere.
- How many people am I meeting?
The more people you meet, the greater the risk.
- How many households are meeting up?
Getting together with your own household is lower risk. The more households you meet with,
the greater the risk.
- Am I meeting vulnerable people?
You should take particular care if you are meeting with vulnerable people. You should take
steps to protect them such as wearing a mask or taking an antigen test before meeting them.
- Are the people I am meeting vaccinated/ have they received their booster?
Being vaccinated offers good protection against severe illness and hospitalisation and lowers
the risk to you and others.