COVIDSafe Information

Katoomba Easter Convention's response to COVID-19

Katoomba Easter Convention is focused on protecting the health and safety of all visitors, volunteers and staff. Our policies are meant to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone at KEC, whether attending the convention or staying at one of our accommodation facilities.

To keep our community safe while delivering KEC, we are working to ensure our event is compliant with all COVIDSafe requirements as directed by the NSW Government. To make sure we can come together safely, we will be introducing the below measures at KEC 2021.

COVIDSafe Initiatives

What can you do to help?

What we can do to help each other:

While our goal at Easter Convention is to make sure staff, volunteers and attendees are informed and we follow government guidelines regarding the safety of guests, it is vital that you also cooperate and do your part to ensure the health and wellbeing of those around you are protected.

Please be aware that if you have a child attending any of the children’s programs and is (or becomes) unwell during the program, the team leader may call you to pick them up.

Please be understanding in these circumstances as we try to do the best for everyone attending. Please also be kind to our volunteer teams, who have the big job of looking after so many over the weekend!

FAQs

KCC is working to ensure our event site abides by all COVIDSafe physical distancing rules, including limited numbers in our auditorium, meeting and dining areas, streamlined entry and exits points, and physically distanced queuing, this will all be monitored by COVID Marshals and KCC Staff.

No, at this stage there will not be temperature testing upon entry. Should this advice from NSW Health change, we let everyone know before KEC.

Yes, COVID Marshals will be deployed throughout the site to assist with physical distancing and to minimise congestion. They will be identified by the appropriate uniforms.

If an issue was to arise, this would be communicated appropriately to ticket holders. There would also be information on the KEC website.

Should the situation escalate, this would be handled directly by NSW Health.

We have been working to ensure that KEC is compliant with all COVIDSafe requirements as directed by the Government and to optimise safety of everyone attending.

Yes, all children onsite at KEC will need their parents to sign-in to KCC to enable appropriate contact tracing. KCC recommends that you download and activate the COVID Safe app to your mobile device and download the Service NSW app before your visit to ensure a smooth check in process.

No, at this stage it is not compulsory to wear a face mask onsite during KEC. Should this advice from NSW Health change, we will inform ticket holders. Our website will also be updated with the latest information prior to KEC.