NSW: COVID-19 Update

18 December 2020
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Following recent developments with the COVID-19 outbreak in the Northern Beaches suburbs of Sydney, for the protection of the harness racing industry, HRNSW advises that residents of the Northern Beaches or persons who have visited that area in the past 14 days are NOT to attend race meetings or training establishments until Government advice is provided that the situation has been resolved.

In addition, separation between licensed participants and members of the public will again be reintroduced at Tabcorp Park Menangle until the situation is resolved.

 

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