Racing in New South Wales is set to continue under strict health and safety guidelines following the governments latest announcement to tighten laws in regards to the operation of businesses due to the coronavirus.
Racing NSW released a statement on Monday morning confirming racing would continue operating under strict health and safety guidelines.
“Thoroughbred race meetings in NSW will continue to proceed under strict biosecurity risk management protocols in accordance with government and health authority advice,” the statement said.
“These protocols have been in place since 16 March and include the conduct of race meetings without public attendance and appropriate social distancing of industry participants.
“Racing NSW will continue to apply and update these protocols in accordance with advice from government and health authorities to ensure the safety of all industry participants.”