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FCC Update on Tighter Restrictions Starting Jan 7

FCC Update on Tighter Restrictions Starting Jan 7
Dear Members:
As the Hong Kong government has imposed further restrictions from Jan 7-Jan 20 in view of the COVID-19 situation in Hong Kong, the FCC is required to make some changes to our operations starting on Friday morning, Jan 7. The club will remain open but with the following restrictions:
All restaurants will close at 6 p.m. every day. Last food orders must be made by 5 p.m. and last drinks orders by 5:30 p.m.
The takeaway menu will still be available from 11 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. The menu can be downloaded from our website at Please place orders with the FCC Restaurant at 2844 2806 or [email protected]. All orders will be confirmed by a phone call.
The FCC will continue to restrict guests to three per member at all times. No more than 4 persons will be allowed at tables in all outlets. All outlets will remain at 75% capacity.
For all club or private events operated under Type D, the FCC will continue to follow all the government restrictions, including the requirement that at least two-thirds of the total number of participants must have received the first vaccine jab and show proof (through a QR code or on paper), and a limit of 6 persons per table.
Club luncheon talks will continue as scheduled, but according to the above restrictions (6 per table and two-thirds showing proof of first vaccination).
No live or music performances will be held at this time.
The gym will be closed.
Members and their guests must scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” QR code before entering the Club including the workroom. Only the specific three groups of persons have the option to either use the “LeaveHomeSafe” apps or complete a form.
Please be aware that use of the “LeaveHomeSafe” app is a government requirement, and anyone not using it faces a $5000 fine. There is no exception for not having a smartphone or forgetting your smartphone. In case of an inspection and a fine being issued, the Club is not responsible.
We are sorry we have to adhere to these new restrictions, just as the Club was regaining its old verve and rhythm. We hope these restrictions are short term and we want everyone to stay safe and healthy.
Thank you for your continued support of the FCC.
6 January 2022

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