I think the documents/guidelines do need to be pretty tight as Covid-19 insurance cover is also included if you follow the guidelines. Proof of where you contracted it is a different matterIs nobody is going to praise AGB for the speed the documents have been produced and on the whole make sense when you have read all the documents, sprinkled with common sense. A chance for some to start to shoot again. if they feel it is safe to do so.
It's in the FAQsIs that true? Where was that? I didn't spot that
AGB said:Does Archery GB’s insurance protect the club against claims if someone contracts Coronavirus whilst at the club?
Yes, the insurers would respond to defend the claim. As long as the club is following government guidance around social distancing and they can evidence that they have followed Archery GB’s guidelines. It is essential that clubs record and evidence that they are working to and controlling the social distancing measures expected by the government, clubs should complete a thorough risk assessment. The person making the claim would need to be able to prove they contracted the virus at the club, which would be very difficult to do.
Remember that wider C19 guidelines means you are allowed to meet up with someone outside your household as long as social distancing is retained. With 12 foot spacing you'd be able to shoot with someone AND retain physical distance required. I think this is what is being referred to.I'm confused...
what does "shooting with one other person outside of your household"? This will restrict clubs to 2 people per session. I think this statement should be deleted as it doesn't make sense.
No, because wider C19 rules allow you to meet up with different people on different days... so you can meet up with Person A on Monday, Person B on Tuesday, Person A again on Wed, Person C on Thur...Given the incubation period, if anyone is asymptomatically carrying in a family group or individually, this just gives you a bigger chance to turn into a vector or catch it yourself. It also breaks the wider "only meet with one other person" stipulation generally.
So by the end of a couple of weeks, it's spread to half the alphabet...No, because wider C19 rules allow you to meet up with different people on different days... so you can meet up with Person A on Monday, Person B on Tuesday, Person A again on Wed, Person C on Thur...
I wouldn't want to suggest that the government's advice is half-cocked (as I'm not sure how political we're allowed to be), but it is being led by someone who couldn't follow his own advice on social distancing... hence I'm not planning on going shooting down the club any time soon.So by the end of a couple of weeks, it's spread to half the alphabet...
You may coach: One person from outside your household at a time. More than one person at a time so long as they are all from the same household. Archers that are able to shoot safely on their own without intervention. Only on a prearranged basis. You can meet with different archers in a single day as long as it is only via one-toone sessions and you are maintaining social distancing.
On average, each carrier would infect 0.x people. In practice, maybe that's 9 carriers infect 0 people and one carrier infects 9. Or half of the people infect one person and the other half none. The virus doesn't keep a tally and is just as strong as before; it's based on how isolated the carrier is and how many people come into contact with their droplets. The number moves up and down depending on how people behave - social factors not biological ones.So this R number reference has been bothering me. If below 1 then a carrier would infect 0.x of a person, when complete does the virus know that the contract has been fulfilled so the carrier doesn't infect the next person they meet? What happens if the carrier sees 10 people in a day, have they infected 1 x 0.x of a persons or 10 x 0.x persons?
Then what happens the next day.?
I would not want the virus to get confused as I am not being a scientist and all that.
Or is it the case that the virus is now so weak in the carrier that 1 person can only infect 0.x of a person and that is it, or per day per week?