The 2021 fabALICE Festival will look different this year, but importantly, it will allow us to come together and celebrate safely.
It is up to all of us to keep safe, healthy and well. During the fabALICE Festival, make sure you are taking the following steps to protect yourself and stop the spread of COVID-19.
These COVID-19 guidelines are correct as of Monday 15th February 2021. As Government restrictions evolve, we will continue to update information about the fabALICE Festival here.
We also recommend that you visit each participating venue website for their specific COVID-19 conditions of entry.
Stay home if you are unwell
Are you experiencing any flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of smell or taste? Please seek medical attention and stay at home.
Awaiting COVID test results?
If you are awaiting COVID test results or have recently returned from overseas or a COVID hotspot, please do not attend the fabALICE Festival events.
Practise good hygiene
Wash your hands with soap and sanitise regularly in the bathrooms or at the sanitising stations located throughout the many venues involved in the fabALICE Festival. Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
Practice physical distancing
Stay 1.5 metres away from other people where possible and avoid close contact with people you do not live with. Queue where indicated, don’t congregate, and observe all lift limits. Refrain from activities that could contribute to the spread of COVID-19, including handshakes, hugs, kisses, and the sharing of food, utensils and cups.
Download the COVIDSafe app
Download the COVIDSafe app and remember you will need to keep your phone turned on, and the app open, for it to work.
Download the Territory Check In app
Check in to venues using COVID Safe Check-in. You will be notified via the Territory Check In app, phone or email if there is an outbreak at a location you have visited.
If possible, use debit and credit cards instead of cash.
For the latest Government health advice and COVID-19 restrictions, please check the NT Government website: Coronavirus (COVID-19) (nt.gov.au)