GPA call for use of ‘safest venues’ and stricter Covid protocols for inter-country season GPA call for use of ‘safest venues’ and stricter Covid protocols for inter-country season
It follows a meeting of the GPA's executive committee GPA call for use of ‘safest venues’ and stricter Covid protocols for inter-country season
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The Gaelic Players’ Association (GPA) has called for the use of ‘safest venues’ and stricter protocol for the inter-county season.

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Gaelic Players’ Association (GPA) met this afternoon to discuss the results of an online poll carried out amongst players from Tuesday, October 13th to Thursday, October 15th. The NEC unanimously agreed that the 2020 inter-county season should proceed subject to additional safeguards and supports for the welfare of its members.

These include:

Stronger testing protocols

Stricter compliance and oversight of Covid-19 protocols in all counties

The use of the safest venue for games (location and facilities)

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