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COVID-19 update: Training in groups of up to 20 from 13 June

COVID-19 update: Training in groups of up to 20 from 13 June

COVID-19 update: Training in groups of up to 20 from 13 June

Author : NSWRL

The NSWRL would like to advise participants they can now train in groups of up to 20 as from this Saturday 13 June 2020 after the NSW Government announced a further easing of restrictions today (11 June).

This announcement allows clubs with an approved COVID-19 safety plan in place to expand from groups of 10 to 20 (including a trainer) for outdoor, non-contact training activities, maintaining physical distancing.

Officials and participants are reminded that until changes come into effect (on 13 June), they are required to comply with the current Public Health Order and follow the recommended physical distancing measures of 1.5 metres while training in groups of up to 10 people.

For all relevant COVID-19 Return to Play protocols and guidelines for NSWRL, go to https://www.nswrl.com.au/about/documents/covid-19/

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