Due to the epidemic, Australia has strong prevention measures in place, including mandatory 14-day quarantine for all people to come – similar to a policy used in Canada, which this week called for the cancellation of their GP Was confirmed. In the case of Australia, the round is set for November, but still not absolute certainty.
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) executive director, Andrew Westcott, explained to the Nine Network that solutions would have to be worked on to avoid those working within F1: ‘They have very, very strict timetables that they don’t Are to accommodate different quarantine periods for all courts in which they compete. Everything we have in consultation with health officials, Formula 1 and the government is an agreement, in which they can enter a separate bubble, without negotiating with the general public, so that they are only between the hotel and the circuit To work. ‘.
On behalf of the Victoria State Government, a spokesperson confirmed that efforts are being made with the promoters of the Australian GP, but clarified that the health and safety of the residents is an absolute priority: ‘Public events team Sarkar Kovid-19K AGPC is working closely with health and health officials to develop a safe incident plan against Kovid-19 that can support a safe run. All decisions taken for the health and safety of residents of Victoria will have priority. ‘