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COVID UPDATE | 18 JUNE 2021
Suanne Waugh
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COVID UPDATE | 18 JUNE 2021

COVID-19 UPDATE | 18 JUNE 2021

The Victorian Government announced on Wednesday, 16 June 2021, that restrictions will ease across Victoria, and bring the state back together by removing the boundary between metropolitan Melbourne and Regional Victoria.

Major changes are the removal of the 25km travel limit for Metropolitan Melbourne residents and the ability for regional and metropolitan Melbourne residents to freely pass between the regional and metropolitan border.  Density, group sizes and venue capacities are different between regional and metropolitan areas however indoor spaces can be open across Victoria.

Restrictions eased from 11:59PM, 17 JUNE 2021, the following is a summary of restrictions affecting members, clubs and officials conducting equestrian activity. 

For a detailed overview, see the Table of Restrictions and visit the Coronavirus website to learn more about these changes.

REGIONAL VICTORIA – RUNNING EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITY

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Pony Clubs affiliated with Pony Club Victoria that are based in NSW should follow NSW COVID restrictions.
  • Please be aware of any border restrictions currently in place.  NSW Border, SA Border

GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR RETURN TO EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITIES

FACE MASKS

  • Must be carried at all times
  • Must be worn indoors except if at home, or if an exception applies
  • Must be worn outdoors where 1.5 metres physical distancing cannot be maintained
  • Must be worn whilst conducting gear check

RALLIES, COACHING ACTIVITIES & COMPETITION

  • Rallies, coaching and competition can be conducted for both children and adults, following conditions apply:
  • Competition can include children and adults
  • No more than 1000 participants can be at a venue, with no more than a total of 300 participants indoors, the venue must support density quotients of 1 person per 4sqm.
  • No venue limit if 100m distance can be maintained between groups (e.g. golf, large equestrian space)
  • Maximum group sizes should be:
    • Indoor & outdoor: 50 participants
  • Support staff should be kept to the minimum number to safely conduct the activity, must remain within venue capacity limits.
  • Where possible equipment is not shared by anyone.
  • Any shared or handled equipment is cleaned between use. Eg showjumping poles.
  • Where possible a group of people is assigned to manage equipment for the duration of the activity.
  • Spectators allowed within venue limits

CLUBHOUSES

  • Can open, density quotient of 1 person per 4sqm apply

CANTEEN

  • Can open, density quotient of 1 person per 4sqm apply

COACHES

  • Must adhere to density quotient of 1 person per 4 sqm
  • Maximum venue capacity 300 participants, including no more than 50 participants indoors
  • No venue limit if 100m distance can be maintained between groups
  • Maximum group size:
    • Indoors & outdoors:  50 participants
  • Must wear a face mask while coaching indoor.
  • Support staff should be kept to the minimum number to safely conduct the activity, must remain within venue capacity limits.
  • Where possible equipment is not shared by anyone.
  • Any shared or handled equipment is cleaned between use. Eg showjumping poles.
  • Spectators allowed within venue limits

METROPOLITAN MELBOURNE – RUNNING EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITY

The existing travel limit of 25km has been removed.

GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR RETURN TO EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITIES

FACE MASKS

  • Must be carried at all times
  • Must be worn indoors except if at home, or if an exception applies
  • Must be worn outdoors where 1.5 metres physical distancing cannot be maintained
  • Must be worn whilst conducting gear check

RALLIES, COACHING ACTIVITIES & COMPETITION

  • Rallies, coaching and competition can be conducted for both children and adults, following conditions apply:
  • No more than 150 participants can be at a venue, the venue must support density quotients of 1 person per 4sqm.
  • No venue limit if 100m distance can be maintained between groups (e.g. golf, large equestrian space, local government restrictions apply)
  • Group sizes should be:
    • Indoor:  10 participants
    • Outdoor: 20 participants
  • Support staff should be kept to the minimum number to safely conduct the activity, must remain within venue capacity limits.
  • Carers, parents and guardians may attend to support participation of a child or a person with a disability, are permitted to attend the venue.
  • Where possible equipment is not shared by anyone.
  • Any shared or handled equipment is cleaned between use. Eg showjumping poles.
  • Where possible a group of people is assigned to manage equipment for the duration of the activity.
  • General spectators are not permitted

CLUBHOUSES

  • Can open, density quotient of 1 person per 4sqm apply

CANTEENS

  • Can open, density quotient of 1 person per 4sqm apply

COACHES

  • Must adhere to density quotient of 1 person per 4 sqm
  • Maximum venue capacity 150 participants, no venue limit if 100m distance can be maintained between groups.
  • Maximum group size:  
    • Indoor: 10 participants
    • Outdoor: 20 participants
  • Must wear a face mask while coaching indoor.
  • Support staff should be kept to the minimum number to safely conduct the activity, must remain within venue capacity limits.
  • Carers, parents and guardians may attend to support participation of a child or a person with a disability, are permitted to attend the venue.
  • Where possible equipment is not shared by anyone.
  • Any shared or handled equipment is cleaned between users. Eg showjumping poles.
  • General spectators are not permitted.

For a detailed overview, see the Table of Restrictions and visit the Coronavirus website to learn more about these changes.

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