Can Too Foundation
COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
We feel a deep obligation to keep our people and the communities in which they live, as safe as we possibly can.
At this time, only people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or who have a medical exemption, are able to participate in our programs.
Participants will be asked to confirm their vaccination status during the registration process and will be asked to show their proof of vaccination to their Team Captain/Mentor/Coach at their first session.
Participants with a medical exemption should contact the Can Too office before registering to discuss their personal circumstances and provide evidence of a qualifying exemption.
What does fully vaccinated mean?
We have adopted the ATAGI advice on the definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ as those people who:
- have received two doses of any Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approved or TGA recognised COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days apart, and
- are at least 7 days post their second dose, with the exception of the Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine, where they are regarded as fully vaccinated 7 days after the single dose
What counts as a medical exemption?
We are applying the ATAGI expanded guidance, set out in full here. If you believe that you qualify for a medical exemption, you must obtain a certification from your GP or relevant medical specialist and provide that certification evidence to Can Too. We encourage you to do this before you register for a program.
How do I prove that I am vaccinated?
Please bring your proof of COVID-19 full vaccination status, on your Medicare App/Service NSW Check-in App or a printed PDF of your certificate to your first training session and show it to the person filling out the attendance list. This will either be the Team Captain/Mentor or Coach.