Rugby Tour to England Post Covid-19
‘Peace of Mind’ Procedures & Protocols
Impact Rugby Tours wants to give you the reassurance that we as a company are making every effort to make your stay a safe one. We have introduced a number of health and safety measures, reducing the risk of contact with COVID-19 by taking the necessary procedures and protocols, operating in line with the Government guidelines and Public Health guidance.
We are following the criteria set out by the British Tourist Authority “We’re Good To Go” initiative, which is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business is following the UK Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
During your stay in England, Impact Rugby Tours will:
Ensure that all coach travel will be on a private coach for your group and the coach company will also be following strict Industry Covid-19 guidelines
Ensure that you will stay in IHG hotels, who have their own company ‘Clean Promise’ guidelines and procedures
Ensure that wherever your group take their meals, it will be private dining or a sectioned off part of the restaurant
Ensure that the team will have their own changing room when attending training and matches
Ensure that disposable face masks and hand sanitizer is available at all times
Covid-19 Response: resources for the rugby family
World Rugby understands the many different impacts and challenges the global rugby family is experiencing as a result of the current Covid-19 pandemic. We wish to assist as best we can to help all the athletes, coaches, followers, officials, administrators and volunteers across our membership identify and address those challenges.
In addition to a range of practical medical guidance and financial support initiatives that have already been communicated to member unions and regional associations, World Rugby is working to assist its membership with the provision of expertise and sharing of knowledge to help our various stakeholders and their communities get back to business.