Russel has been in contact with CTT(Cycling Time Trials is the National Governing Body for time trials in England).
They are cancelling all category A and B events. That is open and club events with immediate effect. They will review their position on 31.5.2020.
Accordingly the decision not to hold our evening series and open events has been taken away from us.
And below is the full email sent out from CTT to event organisers.
Melton Olympic CC Committee.
Dear event organiser.
Please see below the latest statement from CTT regarding the coronavirus and your events.
If your event falls in this timescale can you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with the following information.
1. The full title of your event, as it appears in the handbook and on the website.
2, The date of the event.
3. If you want to cancel the event or postpone the event.
Please ensure you read the statement below.
In light of the government advice now given, Cycling Time Trials (CTT) has taken the decision to suspend all CTT events, (this includes all Type A and Type B events), with immediate effect up to and including Sunday 31 May 2020.
The decision will be subject to continued review and has been taken in the interests of organisers, competitors, all those who volunteer their time to make the events “work”, supporters and in the interests of the time trialling community as a whole.
Where possible, all are encouraged to maintain their own personal fitness and keep active during this time, while following government guidelines about safe distance and safe exercise environments.
CTT will continue to review and monitor government advice and will provide detailed updates in the coming weeks.
Social distancing and advice
Social distancing measures (as defined by Public Health England as spending more than 15 minutes and within a 2-metre distance talking to someone) are now advised not only for those who test positive or have symptoms, but in day to day life. The government is advising anyone with a “new, continuous” cough or high temperature and those they live with that they need to self-isolate to help prevent the spread of the virus.
· guidance on coronavirus from the NHS is available here.
· guidance can be found on the government website here.
Wash your hands
The World Health Organisation advises that all should wash their hands properly to avoid spread of coronavirus. WHO advise that one of the best and most basic protective measures that people can take against the coronavirus is to wash your hands frequently. On its website, WHO states: ‘Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.’