It's not directives from the government. The government has covid guidelines (which now need to be removed completely anyway) and BSA does a risk assessment and plan. It's their rules from a risk assessment done months ago which is not relevant today. The rules at stadiums are an example of this. Rules regarding numbers, spacing etc, and the same stadium then herds everybody into a small confined area and makes them wait there for periods of time. Absolutely crazy.
Locking front doors at stadiums as Bearcats do are a complete violation of all OH&S regulations, blocking exits, and would void their insurance.
There should be no restrictions anywhere on SA communities and events as their is no covid in SA. Using covid as an excuse for rules in this state is illogical. But it's all good as the transmission committee and powers that be have saved everybodys life and made us safe.
One of the funniest thing I have seen is court supervisor making brothers and sisters have to move and sit apart from each other, when they live in the same house and travelled in same car to venue.
At bearcats we finished a game and had to leave through side exit. I went back in to watch last couple of minutes of game on the court next to ours. The covid Marshall then said that was an exit only, I had to go back out through the exit (I was already in the stadium) and come back in through the front door. Crazy.