Due to the recent COVID-19 restrictions and current lockdowns, the committee has decided that trials will cease for the immediate future. This decision was not taken lightly and done so with the health and safety of members and their communities in mind. The committee is will meet again, once the statewide lockdown ceases, to reassess the situation. Our aim is to continue working together so trials can resume as soon as the committee feels is safe to do so.
Infection with COVID-19 is diagnosed by finding the virus in samples of respiratory fluid taken from the back of the nose and/or throat, or from the lungs.
The samples are taken at testing clinics, which operate across NSW. You can be tested at:
COVID-19 clinics, set up especially for testing
some private pathology sites
You can get the vaccine now if you are 18 years of age or older, or match the eligibility criteria because of your job, health issues or if you are caring for a vulnerable person.
NSW Health vaccination clinics and participating general practices and pharmacies across the state are open for COVID-19 vaccination bookings. To check your eligibility and book an appointment at a location near you, use the COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker on the Australian Government website.
If there are no bookings available at a location near you, please continue to visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker as more vaccination appointments will soon become available.
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Five Southern NSW Yard Dog Clubs have introduced a trial circuit Challenge for 2021, to be held in conjunction with scheduled trial events. The Challenge will be run within the Open category at each trial.
Entry forms will be available on the Events Dates section of the website.