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Disease Preventive and Safety Measures and Health Tips

Disease Preventive and Safety Measures and Health Tips

The Organiser and Fair Manager will implement the following disease preventive and safety measures:

  1. According to the latest regulations announced by the government, except exempted under the Law, all visitors are required to fulfill the Vaccine Pass (Blue Code) requirement. Persons with Amber Code are not allowed to enter the carnival in the capacity of a customer or visitor and persons with Red Code are not allowed to enter the carnival.
  2. Except exempted under the Law, all visitors must use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application and present the “Vaccine Pass” or “Vaccination Medical Exemption Certificate” with a QR code for visual inspection before admission. For specified persons not required to use “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application or under “Vaccine Pass” exemption, they can fill in a specified form as an alternative.
           Persons not required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application:
           (i)   Persons aged 15 or below and not accompanied by an adult or persons aged 65 or above; or
           (ii)  Persons with disability; or
           (iii) Other persons recognised by the government or organisation(s) authorised by the government as eligible for the above-mentioned alternative arrangement.

    For person aged 15 or below, he or she is not required to complete the form for registration if he or she is accompanied by an adult who has complied with the “LeaveHomeSafe” requirement (i.e. he or she has used the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application or completed the form for registration as an alternative in accordance with the requirement).

           Persons under “Vaccine Pass” exemption:
           (i)  Children aged below 5; or
           (ii) Persons holding “Vaccination Medical Exemption Certificate”.
  3. Temperature checking points will be set up at the carnival venue and all people must pass the temperature check before admission;
  4. Any person having fever or respiratory symptoms, or a loss of taste or smell, should seek medical advice and do not enter the carnival venue;
  5. Any person under mandatory quarantine or being COVID-19 confirmed case or close contact of the COVID-19 confirmed or suspected case is restricted to enter the carnival venue;
  6. All people must wear a face mask when entering and visiting the carnival at all times;
  7. All people must maintain an appropriate social distance and avoid gathering of crowds;
  8. The number of admissions into the carnival venue will be limited and crowd management measures will be implemented;
  9. No eating or drinking in the carnival;
  10. Cleaning and disinfection of the facilities and service counters of the carnival will be enhanced;
  11. Hand sanitiser will be provided at multiple locations in the carnival;
  12. First-aid service will be provided and isolation rooms will be set up; and
  13. Staff will be arranged for inspection to ensure exhibitors and visitors follow the preventive and safety measures.

Health Tips:

  1. Perform hand hygiene frequently, especially before touching the mouth, nose or eyes; after touching public installations such as handrails or doorknobs; or when hands are contaminated by respiratory secretion after coughing or sneezing;
  2. Wash hands with liquid soap and water, and rub for at least 20 seconds. Then rinse with water and dry with a disposable paper towel or hand dryer. If hand washing facilities are not available, or when hands are not visibly soiled, hand hygiene with hand sanitiser or 70% to 80 % alcohol-based hand rub could be used;
  3. Cover your mouth and nose with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing; and
  4. Take a shower and wash your hair when you return home after visiting the carnival, and wash the related clothes properly.