Baseball Queensland (BQ), in consultation with Baseball Australia and the relevant health authorities are following the requirements relating to COVID-19 for Queensland baseball.
The BQ Summer and Winter leagues being held in Queensland have been postponed until Tuesday the 19th of May 2020. At this stage, the Queensland Government Health authorities have requested the below guidelines be followed:
Direction from Chief Health Officer in accordance with emergency powers arising from the declared public health emergency
BQ Commissioner Jeremy Cade re-emphasises “the safety of our members is our number one priority and the directives from Baseball Australia and the Government requires that we postpone our sport until it is safe to continue. Please stay safe, and follow all the directions provided by the authorities and see the information below as it relates to our specific games and tournaments.”
Baseball Queensland will continue taking precautions within the guidelines of the Queensland Health authorities, to minimise contact between players and to ensure best practices are applied as per the information provided by the Queensland government.
BQ CEO Paul Gonzalez said “It is imperative that we all respect and protect the safety and well-being of our families, friends and fellow Australian’s. If we collectively work together in this time of need, we support the recovery of all who have been affected by this devastating crisis. Please be safe, stay well and ensure both your mental and physical well-being remains your priority.”
All information in relation to schedule changes or postponements will be made on the Baseball Queensland website and via direct email and the Baseball Queensland social media channels. Click HERE for the Baseball Queensland Facebook and click HERE for the Baseball Queensland Instagram –
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