2019 65 Roses Ball

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2019 65 Roses Ball
Saturday 20 July
6:30pm till Midnight
Adelaide Oval

Ticket Sales Close Friday 12th, July 2019

Important notice for Cystic Fibrosis patients

The health, safety and wellbeing of everyone at CFSA events is of great importance. This applies equally to employees, volunteers and event participants including members of the CF community who do not themselves have CF. It is important to recognise that people with CF pose a risk to each other and people without CF pose a risk to people with CF. Some of the bacteria, viruses and fungi that commonly infect people can be transmitted from one person to another.

If you (or any children under 18 years of age who will attend the Event with your permission) have CF, there is a real, serious and inherent risk that by attending the Event you (or your children) could be exposed to pathogens (disease-causing organisms) that might severely harm you (or your children’s) health. These pathogens could include (but are not limited to): Burkholderia cepacia complex, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, non-tuberculous mycobacterium, human respiratory syncytial virus, human parainfluenza viruses, influenza viruses or other pathogens that are currently unknown. For people with CF, exposure to these pathogens could lead to serious illness, injury or even death. There is no reliable way to completely eliminate the risk of cross infection.

To reduce the risk of cross infection, the following recommendations are offered as a guide:

  1. Anyone who has signs of cold, flu, respiratory or gastrointestinal illness is asked not to attend the event or to leave the event if they develop any signs or symptoms during the event.
  2. Anyone who believes they may have an infection that could be harmful to other people is asked not to attend the event.
  3. People with CF should avoid close or prolonged contact with each other during the event and endeavour to maintain a minimum distance of 1m from each other at all times. However, in small enclosed spaces, the latest research suggests, and CFA endorses, a minimum of 4 metres. 
  4. Everyone at the event should practice good public health hygiene. Always cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, and dispose of used tissues in a covered container.
  5. Always wash and dry your hands, or use alcohol hand sanitiser, after coughing, sneezing, touching your mouth or nose, and before eating. 
  6. Do not share personal items such as eating or drinking utensils, food serving utensils, toothbrushes, nebulisers or equipment, particularly with people with CF.
  7. Other high-risk activities include: prolonged time in small poorly ventilated areas including cars; use of communal exercise facilities; handling multi-use soap bars; shaking hands or sharing hotel rooms with other individuals with CF.