COVID-19 protocols updated ahead of New Year's Eve tonight

31 December 2020
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Effective from 5pm today the following is to be observed at all Victorian harness and trial venues.

All licensed persons, owners and officials must wear a properly fitted face mask at all times when indoors (including drivers’ rooms, stewards’ rooms and veterinary room and covered horse stalls e.g. Tabcorp Park Melton, Ballarat, Shepparton etc) unless you have a government permitted exemption (i.e. medical condition). This change includes the Tabcorp Park Melton race meeting for New Years Eve.

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