There are no restrictions on the numbers who can attend a Scout Hall, however a 1 person per 2 sqm density quotient applies if you are providing food indoors.
Physical distancing should be maintained where possible
People with a smartphone who are at the hall should register with the QR code. Youth members who do not have a smartphone can be registered with a QR code by their parent or recorded manually, e.g. using a checklist.
This will depend on who they are and the access we have to the relevant information on their vaccination status.
Leaders, adult helpers, registered parents, registered committee members Scouts Victoria is required to maintain information on the vaccination status of those classified as workers in Operoo which is also accessible to their Group Leader. Once verified, there is no requirement to check the vaccination status of registered works each time they attend unless their status changes (e.g. their status changes from partially to fully vaccinated).
Youth members aged under 18 years They currently do not need to get vaccinated and there is no requirement to check their status
Youth members aged 18 years or over It is optional for youth members to provide their vaccination status in Operoo. Where they have not provided it to Scouts Victoria in Operoo, it must be checked each time they attend Scouting indoors
Unregistered parents, committee members and visitors Unregistered parents etc are classified as spectators, participants or patrons. There is no requirement to maintain a record of their vaccination status, so it much be rechecked each time they attend.
A COVID Check-in Marshal is required for a hall to operate. The COVID Check-in Marshal is a nominated Leader, Adult Helper, parent or appropriate youth member, etc who is responsible for ensuring that anybody who enters the facility checks-in using a QR Code or an attendance register for youth members and that everybody aged over 18 years or over is fully vaccinated or has a medical exemption.