Covid-19 : Latest Government Guidance

As of 24 February, 2022, we're in the government's 'Living with Covid-19' phase of their response to the coronavirus pandemic.  This means that there are now no coronavirus-related legal restrictions in place. All forms of activity can take place with no coronavirus-related restrictions on how many people can participate, and all sports facilities can open.  However, we will follow  national governing body (BCCMA)  guidance as appropriate.

Shen Long UK : Covid Measures

  • No limits are required on capacity although most Tai Chi classes are restricted to maximum student numbers.
  • Social distancing is no longer required and contact training, such as Push Hands, is permitted.
  • Students are not required  to wear face coverings except for the following circumstances: (1) if you have a cough or cold as a respect for other students, or (2) during Push Hands or other practice in pairs.
  • Anyone with a positive test or showing signs of Covid symptoms should not attend classes but should follow government advice and self-isolate if possible.  You may return to classes after a negative test result.
  • Hand sanitizing gel will continue to be available at the entrance to the centre and facilities will continue to be regularly disinfected.