COVID ENTRY POLICY

In order to comply with the Government COVID-19 guidelines for Nightclubs, and to minimise the risk to our
dancers, we will be asking you to provide proof of ONE of the following so that you may gain entry to our venue:

  • Proof of two COVID vaccinations, or
  • Proof of a recent negative PCR test, or
  • Proof of immunity

This can only be done by showing an NHS COVID PASS, which we will check at the front desk.


FOLLOW THIS LINK TO THE NHS VIDEO (example shown below) which will give you all the information you need.

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This video will show you how to get your pass using the NHS App.  If you don’t have the App you can also
obtain a printed copy of the pass by calling the NHS on 119 or you can go onto their website to apply here


(scroll to the bottom of this page to see examples of Q&A from the NHS website)


We intend to do everything possible to ensure the safety of everyone and do not wish to exclude anyone.  However, we would ask that you do not attend if you are feeling unwell, have been asked to isolate or know that you have come into contact with someone who has, or may have, COVID (ie, if they are awaiting a result of a PCR test).

 

In the Dance Hall


The hall will be ventilated as much as possible and there will be hand sanitizer available in various locations (please do bring your own as well in case we run out on the night).


We would ask that not too many people populate the dance floor at one time, allowing a reasonable distance between each couple.


Wearing a mask is not compulsory whilst dancing, but you may wear one if you wish.  However, you are required to wear one whilst moving around the building outside the dance room and whilst using the toilets.

 

Please remember: Dancing is not without risk and we cannot guarantee everyone’s safety. 
We can only do our best and ask that everyone who attends will do the same.


Q&A FROM THE NHS WEBSITE:

How can I get a vaccine passport if I have had both doses of vaccine?
People in England can do this by requesting an NHS COVID PASS via the NHS website or the main NHS app. [NB not the NHS COVID-19 App]

Once logged in, an NHS COVID PASS can be requested. The system generates a QR code, which lasts for 28 days.

An NHS COVID PASS can be obtained two weeks after a second dose of the COVID vaccine, as long as both doses were given in England.

People who have had both their jabs can also request an NHS COVID Pass letter by calling 119


How can I get a vaccine passport if I have not had both doses of vaccine?
A pass can be requested if you've had a negative PCR test or lateral flow test result within the past 48 hours, which you have reported on the NHS website or NHS COVID-19 App. These passes last 48 hours after the test result.


How can I get a vaccine passport if I have not had both doses of vaccine but have had the COVID Virus?
A pass can be given following a positive PCR test result within the last six months, and when self-isolating has finished. The pass lasts for 180 days after the test result.

People who have had both their jabs can also request an NHS COVID Pass letter by calling 119. This only shows vaccination status and has no expiry date.