Coronavirus (COVID-19) - URGENT HRNSW INDUSTRY NOTICE

15 July 2020
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Following recent developments with regards to COVID-19 in NSW, HRNSW Stewards advise that any licensed participant who has attended any of the following premises as identified by the NSW Government (current as at 2pm this date) are directed to immediately contact HRNSW Stewards:

 

Location

Dates

Casula: Crossroads Hotel

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Casula: Planet Fitness 

Saturday 4 July to Friday 10 July

Picton: Picton Hotel

Saturday 4 July, Sunday 5 July, Thursday 9 July, Friday 10 July

Belmore: Canterbury Leagues Club

Saturday 4 July to Sunday 5 July

Bowral: Woolworths   

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Campbelltown: Bavarian Macarthur  

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Campbelltown: Macarthur Tavern  

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Campbelltown: West Leagues Club

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Caringbah: Highfield

Sunday 5 July

Casula: Kmart (Casula Mall)

Friday 10 July  

Kurnell: Cook @Kurnell

Sunday 5 July

Merimbula: RSL Club

Monday 6 July

Merimbula: The Waterfront Café

Tuesday 7 July

Murray DownsGolf & Country Club

Saturday 4 July and Sunday 5 July

Narellan Town Centre: Kmart, Target, Best & Less, H&M and food court

Monday 6 July

Revesby: Bankstown YMCA

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Parramatta: Milky Lane

Friday 3 July to Friday 10 July

Pyrmont: Star City Casino

Saturday 4 July

Villawood: Zone Bowling 

Saturday 27 June

Licensed participants should also continue to monitor NSW Government and NSW Health information for the identification of any further locations of concern at the following link:

https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/latest-news-and-updates

Any trainer with horses currently nominated to race who has concerns as a result of having recently attended a harness meeting at Tabcorp Park Menangle should contact HRNSW Stewards and may apply to scratch penalty free.

Similarly, any driver currently engaged to drive who has concerns as a result of having recently attended a harness meeting at Tabcorp Park Menangle should contact HRNSW Stewards and may apply to be removed from those engagements.

 All industry participants are reminded to ensure that they continue to take personal precautions including social distancing and hand hygiene to facilitate the continuation of harness racing in NSW

For further information on this matter contact:
HRNSW INTEGRITY DEPARTMENT
(02) 9722 6600

 

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