COVID-safe measures to protect all participants on WFP walks.

Stopping the spread of COVID-19 is a community effort and we all must remain vigilant and proactive.
Please note the following when participating in WFP walks:
1. Check In with the CBR Check In app or get a friend to sign you in if you don't have a smart-phone.
2. ‘Sign on’ with a walk coordinator. This indicates that your participation is voluntary and you walk at your own risk.  
3. Practise social distancing rules: one person per two square metres.
4. While proof of COVID-19 vaccination will not be sought, coordinators are asked to remind those intending to walk that “if you are not fully vaccinated, your participation could be putting fellow walkers at risk”.
5. Mask-wearing on walks will be a matter of individual choice.
6. Do not attend if you:
* Feel unwell
* Are waiting for a COVID test result
* Have visited an exposure site listed by ACT Government

ACT Walking for Pleasure (WFP) is a Canberra-based volunteer‐run association which organises guided walks for members.
There are morning walk programs for Tuesdays (Short and Easy, about 1½ hours), Wednesdays (about 2 hours), Thursdays (Strolls, about 1 hour), Fridays (about 2 hours), Saturdays (2‐4 hours), and Sundays (about 2 hours).
Longer, more demanding walks are offered at least twice a month, usually on Tuesdays or Thursdays.
No bookings are required. You may join suitable morning walks at the starting time and place advised in our quarterly newsletter The Capital Wanderer.
There is no obligation to attend walks, nor any charge for walking apart from an annual membership fee. New walkers may try walks before joining. The emphasis is on relaxation and enjoyment. Please leave your pets at home.
An information sheet (PDF File, 202 KB) for new walkers and members may be downloaded by clicking HERE.
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