Wash your hands more often than you regularly, doing so with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or by using alcohol containing hand sanitizer.
Do not touch your face with your hands.
Keep a 2-metre distance from others.
Try to decrease time of contact with others as much as possible.
Crowding is forbidden.
Holding hands, hugging and similar close contact with others can foster the spread of the virus and should be avoided.
Masks should be used in indoors, high density areas and when in places where people could be gathering and it is not possible to keep a 2-metre distance.
Visiting the areas where rally is taking place is forbidden for people who are under self-isolation, home quarantine or isolation, or people who show signs of respiratory tract infections.
The organizer suggests the championship promoter, teams and rally supervisory institutions to forgo having in-person meetings, instead moving them to a digital environment or, if that is not possible, hosting these meetings outside or in an area that is well-ventilated and large enough to keep a safe distance from each other.
In technical and administrative processes that are crucial to the rally and during which people can come into closer contact than 2 metres from each other, the organizer asks to follow the rule of not being in close proximity for more than 15 minutes and using a face mask.
Body temperature measurement with non-contact thermometers will be done in both the rally centre and the service parks.
For all rally personnel, when entering any of the event zones where accreditation and/or wristband needs to be shown, they have an obligation to do so without waiting for a request from the security guard, in order to decrease communication and physical proximity. Accreditation cards and/or wristbands need to be worn in such a way that they are visible throughout the event.
Everyone involved in the event (competitors, personnel) need to immediately inform the organizer’s designated person if they have reason to believe that someone is ill, or if someone shows symptoms, or if someone gets a positive result in a COVID-19 test.
If, within 14 days of the event taking place, any person involved in the event is falls ill with COVID-19, this person must immediately inform the event organizer or the organizer’s designated person of this fact.