Dogs ACT Activities

Show Training & Socialisation - Sun 31 Oct 2021

Activity Closed

Club Activity
12 Noon
Exhibition Park

Please adhere to all Covid protocols.

Entry is via GATE 6a on Old Well Station Rd

Face masks

Face masks are mandatory in the ACT (indoors and outdoors).

  • Must be carried at all times.
  • All individuals aged 12 years and over must wear a face mask at all times upon leaving home, including in workplaces.
  • Only children in years 7 to 12 are required to wear a face mask while at school.
  • A person is not required to wear a face mask if they have a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability, which makes wearing a face mask detrimental to their condition.
  • A person may remove their face mask in the following situations:
    • when consuming food, drink or medicine.
    • when communicating with a person who is deaf or hard of hearing and visibility of the mouth is essential for communication.
    • when at work and the nature of the work means that wearing a face mask creates a risk to health and safety.
    • If asked to remove a face mask to ascertain identity (eg if asked by a police officer).
    • When undertaking vigorous exercise.
    • When performing essential work in an outdoor space where no other people are present.
    • If a person is alone or only with members of the same household in an outdoor space when no other people are present.
    • When performing essential work in an indoor space, but only when:
      • in an office where no other people are present; OR
      • when sitting or standing at a workstation in an office; AND
      • 1.5 metres away from any other person.
    • As soon as a person is no longer alone or is moving, they must wear a face mask.
    • If they are in the process of getting married.
    • If alone in a vehicle or with other members of the same household only.
    • Because of an emergency.
    • If a person is seated at a table in a restaurant or café.
    Note: A face covering means a mask or other covering that fits securely around the face and covers the nose and mouth to provide the wearer with protection against infection. A scarf or bandana is not a face mask.
Contact Details
Linda Buckley
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