Vaccination Certificate Required
Following the latest government announcement on the 22nd of October, the decision has been made to require full vaccination for participants in The Crazy Kea. The framework outlined by the government means that the event will be unable to run in any form under either Red or Orange levels without requiring a vaccine certificate.
Vaccination clinics are available in almost every neighbourhood and you can check your local ones here. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect your whānau and help the events sector as a whole to get back to running events normally. If you have any further questions about this do feel free to get in touch!
If you do not receive both doses of the vaccine before the event and therefore can no longer attend then the general refund policy will apply (50% until the 21st of November).
Covid-19 Refund Policy (if the event is cancelled)
Should the Canterbury region be in Level 3 or 4 on the 5th of December the event will not run. So long as this level change is announced more than 10 days before the event (before Thursday 25th November) we will offer a transfer to the following year, or a 75% refund. If the change in level is announced less than 10 days before the event we will offer a transfer to the following year or a refund that is considerate of the expenses already incurred. We would expect this to be somewhere between 25-50%.
Because of the timing of the event and the high concentration of other events over the summer we do not plan to postpone to an alternative date, the event will simply be moved to the 27th of November 2022.