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Yann’s Farewell

Yann Tristant hold a card "HA".

Dear all,

Due to the rapidly unfolding COVID situation and lockdown in Sydney, the organising team for Yann’s farewell party has decided to put the event on hold in the meantime.

We are working hard to find a way to proceed forward in a manner that is safe and in line with the Public Health Orders from the NSW government. We do hope that the COVID situation in Sydney will stabilise in the coming weeks or so to allow us safely hold this event.

Extra caution has to be taken when organising a gathering like this one under a pandemic, as the least we want is to make this a so-called “superspreader event” and to put everyone at risk.

Measures being considered include holding the event at an open-air venue, limiting the number of attendees to small group, or even turning it into an online event. At this stage, it is too early to say what will happen in two weeks’ time. We would really appreciate your understanding and patience.

We will closely monitor the situation in the coming weeks and update you about our plans for Yann’s farewell party. I am sure we are all excited to bid farewell to Yann and wish him well safely.

In the meantime, we would encourage everyone to do the right thing by following the Public Health Orders and stay at home if possible (for those who live in Sydney), so that the spread of COVID can be contained as soon as possible. Hopefully by the time of the event, the restrictions will be eased and we will be able to see each other face-to-face again.

Stay safe and take care,

Mr Fong

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