No Scan No Start – QR Code Checkin Now Mandatory at All Orienteering Events

Victorian Government requirements for community sport mean that anyone who attends any Victorian orienteering event, must use a QR code to provide their name and contact phone number.  We are no longer allowed to use Eventor lists, spreadsheets, pen and paper etc.  This applies to kids as well (unless under 12 months old); and to non-competing attendees – volunteers, spectators, carers, parents shadowing children etc.  Organisers will provide a QR code poster at Registration; you’ll need to have a mobile phone with you when you check in.  If you don’t have a phone, the registration volunteers will assist you – just tell them you are unable to check yourself in and they will be able to do so on your behalf.  Please help us keep orienteering Covid safe and compliant, by making sure you scan on arrival. No Scan – No Start!

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