COVID-Safe Jams

UPDATED 21 April 2022. Feeling sick? Stay home. Get tested

BUMS Inc are keeping a close eye on the latest directives from Qld Health. We need your cooperation to ensure our jams and events are COVID-safe. On 2 December 2021, Queensland’s declared public health emergency for COVID-19 was extended to 11.59pm on Friday 24 June 2022.

The Public Health and Social Measure linked to vaccination Direction was revoked on 14 April 2022, ending the requirement to check-in and to be fully vaccinated in a range of venues and events.

Current Directives which effect our jams

TICKETS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED TO ATTEND A JAM

MASKS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED *

PLEASE STAY HOME IF YOU ARE UNWELL 

 

* Masks are still recommended whenever you can’t socially distance. It is still mandatory to wear a face mask IF you have

  • a temperature equal to or higher than 37.5 degrees or
  • any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or
  • have undertaken a COVID-19 PCR test and have not yet received the results of that test

Check the latest guidelines from Queensland Health.

If you are playing with friends at home please stay safe and follow the latest guidelines.

Please help us keep our jams and events COVID-safe

  1. Please don’t come if you are unwell.
  2. On entry, please sanitise your hands.
  3. Maintain good hygiene:
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Use your own hand sanitiser at the event or use that provided.
  • Clean your ukulele and any other equipment you bring.

Please stay home if you are unwell. Please wear a mask if you feel vulnerable.

VENUE DETAILS

Currently Coorparoo, Westside, Ferny Grove, Northside and the new for 2022 Wynnum jams are meeting.

There are NO beginner classes before any of the jams.

Read more about what it took to plan our first COVID safe Jam in this post.

Related Links

What is COVID 19 and Keeping Our Community Safe

QR Code Tips

Trybooking Tips

If you have any other enquires about jams, QR codes or Trybooking please contact Jo Kunde via

 

 

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