COVID-19: MCC Swings into Action as Fan Tests Positive after Watching AFL Game MCG

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COVID-19 MCC swings into action as fan tests positive after watching AFL game at MCG

Melbourne, May 27: The Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC), as ground administrators of the MCG, knows that an individual who went to the AFL Game among Collingwood and Port Adelaide on Sunday has since tried positive to COVID-19.

In a media articulation, MCC said it has been recognized that the supporter sat in Zone 4 on Level 1 in the Great Southern Stand of the MCG. This zone is nearest to the Punt Road end.

People at the match situated in Zone 4, Level 1 are currently being reached straight by the Victorian Department of Health with the exhortation to get tried and stay disengaged until they have gotten a contrary outcome. This counsel is explicitly for those people who have a segment recorded on their match ticket from M1 to M16.

Further surveys of CCTV film are being attempted to decide whether the guidance to test and confine will be expanded past these spaces.

A few people with the nearest contact to the positive case will be straightforwardly given more explicit exhortation from the Department of Health. For the individuals who went to the MCG and were not situated in Zone 4 or the predetermined zones are encouraged to check for indications and be tried if any create.

The MCC has worked intimately with the COVID-19 MCC swings into action as fan tests positive after watching AFL game at MCG in fostering a COVIDSafe Event Plan for the 2021 AFL Premiership Season which was embraced by the Victorian Government’s Department of Health. The MCG’s COVIDSafe Event Plan diagrams explicit measures to decrease the possible danger of COVID-19 transmission, including the segment of the ground into five zones to restrict supporter development and the execution of the Victorian Government QR framework for contact following purposes.

Broad cleaning of the MCG happens after every occasion and, out of a wealth of alert, a profound clean of the distinguished territories will occur today, Wednesday May 26. During an occasion, steady touchpoint cleaning happens and more than 275 hand disinfecting stations are situated all through the MCG for supporter use.

The MCC is focused on ensuring the on-going prosperity of the individuals who visit the MCG and will keep on working intimately with the Department of Health on our COVIDSafe occasion plans for the MCG.

(ANI)