There is no limit on the number of people who can attend the Anchor AIMS Games or enter a public facility at Alert Level 1.
The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to common illnesses such as a cold or influenza. You may have one or more of the following:
A QR code poster will be displayed at each Anchor AIMS Games sporting code venue, activations and sites to help you keep track of where you’ve been. We recommend you use the NZ COVID Tracer app to do this. Remember to turn on Bluetooth tracing.
At Alert Level 1, we still need to play it safe. We all need to be ready in case COVID-19 comes back into the community.
To be ready at Alert Level 1:
Due to the number of students competing in the Anchor AIMS Games, any student who is, or becomes, unwell or shows any symptoms of Covid-19 or measles during the tournament, will not be able to attend or compete in, or continue to attend or compete in, any Anchor AIMS Games organised events. As the well-being of all participants in the Anchor AIMS Games is the priority of the sponsors and organisers, the Anchor AIMS Games reserves the right to prevent any student from competing in or attending any Anchor AIMS Games event if, in the opinion of any medical provider or the tournament director, the student is deemed to be medically unfit to compete or attend. This includes any student who exhibits flu-like symptoms (including but not limited to symptoms associated with Covid-19 and measles) including fever and respiratory symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. Anchor AIMS Games accepts no liability whatsoever (including tortious liability) for any losses or damages arising out of a medical event, including a child being unable to attend or continue to attend the Anchor AIMS Games due and any necessary cancellations that arise as a result.
We are well aware that our schools, partners, event providers and contractors need timely, decisive information in the lead up to the Anchor AIMS Games to do things like raise funds, book travel and accommodation, coordinate activations, gather registration information and formulate draws. Given the nature of Covid-19, it is difficult to predict whether it will be in the community and to what extent it will impact events such as the Anchor AIMS Games.
The AIMS Games Trust will endeavour to make a definitive decision on whether the 2021 Anchor AIMS Games will go ahead by the end of May. If there is a significant outbreak of Covid-19 in the community before the tournament, the AIMS Games Trust will consider whether the tournament will be affected and in what manner, taking into account any guidance from the Government and Ministry of Health, and advise the relevant parties of any decision.