Cup games suspended this weekend
Following the latest Government advice in regards to the Kirklees area, it is with regret that this weekends Yorkshire Cup and Hutchinson Cup matches will be suspended.
We are looking to reschedule for 12th June.
Image credit: Kirklees Council More information about the latest Kirklees restrictions can be found here https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/health-and-well-being/covid19-restrictions.aspx
Below is the latest Government information regarding Kirklees
If you’re in an area where the new COVID-19 variant is spreading
This new variant is sometimes referred to as the variant first identified in India. It is spreading fastest in:
Bedford Borough Council
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council
Burnley Borough Council
Leicester City Council
London Borough of Hounslow
North Tyneside Council
The new COVID-19 variant spreads more easily from person to person. To help stop the spread, you should take particular caution when meeting anyone outside your household or support bubble.
In the areas listed above, wherever possible, you should try to:
meet outside rather than inside where possible
keep 2 metres apart from people that you don’t live with (unless you have formed a support bubble with them), this includes friends and family you don’t live with
avoid travelling in and out of affected areas unless it is essential, for example for work (if you cannot work from home) or education
You should also:
Get tested twice a week for free and isolate if you are positive
Continue to work from home if you can
Get vaccinated when you are offered it, and encourage others to do so as well
You should get tested for COVID-19. This includes:
Arranging to have a PCR test if you have symptoms of COVID-19
Participating in surge testing in your local area
Getting regular rapid tests if you do not have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)
You should self-isolate immediately if you have symptoms or a positive test result for COVID-19. There is financial support if you’re off work because of coronavirus.