Adrenalin Rush Laser Combat statement on Covid-19
Arush Laser Tag is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our customers and staff.
We are open and working as normal, at present, with appropriate measures in place to protect the health of everybody. We will continue to follow the government guidelines.
We are not experts on viruses or disease control, but we have read the guidelines from the UK ‘experts’ and feel that outdoor laser tag is probably one of the safest activities you can participate in during these turbulent times for several reasons;
- laser tag is played outdoors in fresh air away from confined indoor spaces.
- laser tag is a non-contact sport.
We have re-looked our cleaning and sanitation protocols to make sure we are doing as much as possible to mitigate the risk to our customers.
Our taggers (guns) are cleaned with an appropriate disinfectant after every use.
More cleaning of high contact points i.e. door handles, hard surfaces etc.
This is of course in addition to our current stringent hygiene and cleaning procedures.
If people that are unwell we are asking them not to attend Arush and if they are classed ‘high risk’ take the current medical advice.
Advising customers and staff to stay the minimum distance (2 meters) from each other, where possible, with zero physical contact.
We believe that if we follow these minimum guidelines then the risk to our customers is very low indeed.
We continue to operate as normal, as per Government advice, but please be aware that sometimes sessions may run slightly behind to allow us time for the extra cleaning that we have put in place between games. We will of course update this as necessary based on the latest advice.
Thanks for your understanding and we look forward to welcoming you!
12 November 2021
17 September 2020