The main objective of our Club is SERVICE – in the COMMUNITY

Toowoomba Community care transport & Life flight ), in the workplace, and throughout the world.

Community service projects that address many of today’s most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment and illiteracy are at the forefront of our Mission.

Locally the Toowoomba Community care transport & Life flight)

Our Club also supports programs for youth,( National Youth science Forum, Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Interact club Glennie & Interact Club Fairholme and an exchange with Mitsukaido Rotary Club ) educational opportunities and international exchanges for students and other professionals, and vocational and career development.

The Rotary Club of Toowoomba meets each Monday night, except Public Holidays.

We meet at the Burke and Wills Hotel, 554 Ruthven Street. At these meetings we gather at 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start so as to allow fellowship over a few friendly drinks before our meeting. Meetings conclude at 7.30pm.

COVID-19 Plan | Rotary Ride the Range | SUNDAY 10.10.2021

  1. It is determined that Rotary Run the Range is governed by an approved COVID Safe Industry, Professional Sporting Code Plan, which serves as the primary Plan specifying requirements for this event;
  2. It is determined that the ratio of four square metres per person can be maintained across the event site at all times (this is a minimum physical distancing requirement for all events);
  3. At present (as numbers are under 1000) it is determined the event can proceed without approval from Queensland Health whilst following the COVID Safe Event Checklist.

Events with between 500 and 10,000 people on site at any given time require approval of the Event Organiser’s COVID Safe Event Plan by a Queensland Public Health Unit.

Events of over 10,000 people on site at any given time require approval of the Event Organiser’s COVID Safe Event Plan by the Queensland Chief Health Officer.

Our Queensland Health Approved Covid Plan Framework 2020 Approval: CSPP0001401.

WHO should NOT ATTEND?

To ensure the health and safety of all participants:-

No participants are to attend if they have any illness or symptoms of COVID-19. Participants must not attend if in the last 14 days before the event they have been unwell or had close contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19 (cough, sore throat, fever or shortness of breath), even if mild.

A number of groups have been identified by Federal and State Departments of Health as having a higher risk of contracting the COVID-19, or of serious illness if they were to contract it. These include but are not limited to:

  •  Anyone identified as being in a high risk group.
  •  Anyone with concurrent medical conditions including; respiratory or cardiac disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and immunosuppression due to disease or medication.

If the event management team of Rotary Ride The Range are aware or become aware of a participant falls into these groups, they should be contacted immediately regarding their attendance and it recommended that they not attend.

BEFORE ARRIVAL | SUNDAY 23.05.20201

These include:
  • Access to a virtual briefing to all participants outlining special conditions or practices that will take place during the Run. There will also be a distribution of this virtual content via EMAIL.
  • A written copy of the guidelines can also  be distributed also.
  • Rotary Ride the Range does not exceed the current State Government regulations on number of people at a gathering.
  • All participants are aware that the Toowoomba Rotary Club will be the appointed COVID-19 Liaison Officer.
  • There will be varying start times to reduce the number of people onsite at any one time. This will include consideration of different arrival times for participants.
  • All contact information for all participants will be made available to the State Health Department in the event of a positive COVID-19 case in one of the participants at a later date.
  • All participants should have download and activated the CHECK IN QUEENSLAND App HERE
  • All participants will BE REQUIRED to LOG IN on morning with the CHECK IN QUEENSLAND App and again if attending the Finish Festival.

At the EVENT | SUNDAY 10.10.2021

  • LOG IN with the CHECK IN QUEENSLAND App, QR codes will be at entry points.
  • Wash your hands upon entering the venue.
  • Bring your own pen to sign on if required
  • Use hand sanitiser upon entering the marshalling area.
  • Do not share food or drink with other participants outside of your household.
  • Comply with the correct cough/sneeze etiquette.
  • Do not share any equipment between participants (shoes, running gear, sign-on pens, clothing, covers, radios for volunteers etc.).
  • Adhere to the physical distancing requirements at all times.

When you RETURN FROM YOUR RIDE | SUNDAY 10.10.2021

  • Immediately following the end of the ride, sanitise/wash hands.
  • LOG IN with the CHECK IN QUEENSLAND App, QR codes will be at entry points.
  • If undertaking any no non-essential activities (e.g. massage or meetings), please adhere to rules at each station.
  • If purchasing food from a food vendor please adhere to social distancing guidelines.

Review the Australian Government and WHO resources:

Good hygiene for coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Hand washing guidance
  • Keep that cough under cover
  • Self-isolation (self-quarantine) for coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Advice for people at risk of coronavirus (COVID-19)

You find more information online HERE  or at https://www.health.gov.au/

Mean maximum temperature October 2020: 25.5.°C
Mean minumum temperature October 2020: 13.3°C
Mean rainfall October 2020: 3.2mm

Sunrise: 5:22am
Sunset: 5:56pm

Be PREPARED! Carry what you may need during your ride.

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