Covid-19 Athoscailt

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This page is being updated regularly and is subject at all times to the latest public health measures, which can be found on www.gov.ie/covid19/
Last updated: 15 September 2020.

From 13 September 2020, Drum Community Centre re-opens for the following categories of activities subject to current limits on the number of people and in line with public health measures:

  • Low risk / non-contact sports clubs / organisations;
  • Classes or groups where physical distancing recommendations can be adhered to (e.g. prayer group, yoga, fitness class etc).

Unfortunately it will not be possible to accommodate all bookings, as we are operating on a voluntary basis and some rooms remain closed due to physical distancing requirements.

There will be 30 minutes gap between each booking to reduce contact between different groups. This further reduces our capacity and limits the number of slots available. Therefore all previous bookings and arrangements are cancelled but we will try to facilitate a return to previous or similar time slots where possible.

We will continue to monitor the situation and a later date will be announced for the resumption of contact sports and other activities, subject to public health measures.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding in this regard. 

Government guidelines

All bookings must adhere to the relevant public health measures at all times.

Instructions for groups/clubs using Drum Community Centre

  1. All bookings must adhere to public health measures at all times – see www.gov.ie/covid19/
  2. Bookings must be registered on www.drum.ie  prior to resuming your activities.
  3. Each group/club must appoint a designated COVID-19 officer/officers who is/are responsible for ensuring adherence to the COVID-19 guidelines. An officer must always be present while the group/club is using the centre.
  4. Each group/club must assume responsibility for adherence to the COVID-19 guidelines during their activities.
  5. Each user of the centre must complete the contact tracing form on www.drum.ie on each instance that they use the centre. This form must be completed prior to coming to the centre. Alternatively, a group/club may maintain its own contract tracing register but at least one person from each group/club (ideally the designated COVID-19 officer) must complete the contact tracing form on www.drum.ie on each instance that they use the centre.
  6. Each group is asked to arrive on time and leave promptly at the end of their booking. There will be 30 minutes gap between each booking to reduce contact between different groups.
  7. Hand sanitiser/soap and antibacterial spray/wipes are provided at the main entrance and other locations throughout the building and should be used as appropriate. Where possible/appropriate, facemasks should be worn and physical distancing should be observed.
  8. It is recommended that all users download and use the Irish Government COVID-19 Tracker App, which is available for Android and iOS.
  9. In the event that a suspected case of COVID-19 is identified at the centre, the suspect case must be immediately isolated outside or in the designated isolation room, which is located in the changing area. A member of the group should call 0858712222 immediately where further instructions will be given.

Contact Tracing Form

Booking Form not yet available. Please contact us via Messenger or by email or text 0858712222