Horse Sport Ireland – COVID-19 (Coronavirus) UPDATE
- 18 March 2020, 10:11
Horse Sport Ireland encourages all those involved in the Equestrian community to continue to adhere to Government advice on the situation in relation to COVID-19. Horse Sport Ireland will issue regular updates to keep the equestrian community informed and please remember to only get your information through official sources.
The Government has published a National Action Plan on COVID-19.
Its main aims are to:
- minimise the risk of people becoming unwell
- minimise the health, wellbeing and social impact for people who may be at greater risk
- reduce the economic and social disruption associated with the COVID-19 outbreak
The plan includes information on:
- what we know about the COVID-19 virus
- what the public can do to reduce the threat
- the public health led approach being taken
- supports for businesses and those who have lost their jobs
- supports for vulnerable people in society
- measures to ensure continuity of essential services
- measures to protect vital supply chains
You can view Ireland’s National Action Plan in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) (Update 16th March 2020) HERE
The Health Service Executive (HSE) is implementing a wide range of measures that are unprecedented in their scale and speed in order to face the enormous challenges that COVID-19 will pose in the coming weeks.
The plan will continue to evolve as the situation evolves.
Further information is available on the government’s COVID-19 information page.
This is a continually evolving situation in Ireland and up to date guidance can be found here: https://www.hpsc.ie/
Further information on COVID-19 can be found on the HSE website:
Horse Sport Ireland encourages all Equestrian business owners, livery yards, stud farms, competition stables etc, to download the latest information posters below and display in a prominent location on your premises.