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Latest Covid-19 archery guidance

Covid-19 restrictions are being removed or reduced across the UK but archery clubs will still be following general hygiene advice to reduce the risk to those attending archery experiences.

Archers will still be asked to stay away from venues if they have any of the symptoms of Covid-19.

Some clubs may choose to follow Covid-19 guidance around social distancing, reduced numbers and other measures. Details will be available from your club or experience provider.

Mask wearing will be optional outdoors in England but is strongly encouraged indoors when not shooting.

For a full picture of what you can do across the UK, including Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, follow this link.

Arran Coggan, (Acting) Director of Participation for Archery GB, said: “We’re incredibly grateful to club officials and volunteers who have worked so hard to follow the guidance and to enable people to shoot under these difficult circumstances.

“While the virus is still present in the community, we ask for members to continue to maintain good hygiene and not attend sessions if you have any of the symptoms of Covid-19.”

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