The Gilgandra MPS drive through COVID testing clinic opening hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am to 10am.The clinic is at the rear of the hospital and the MPS requests you phone ahead if possible 02 6880 5900.NSW Health are focusing on contacting people at highest risk of catching COVID-19. e.g. household contacts or someone who has spent a lot of time with someone who has COVID-19.
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Restricted or dangerous dogs require special consideration. Find out what is required if you own a restricted or dangerous dog.
Restricted breeds of dogs in NSW include:
It is an offence to sell, acquire or breed any of the dogs listed above.
A dog is “dangerous” if it has, without provocation, attacked or killed a person or animal, or, repeatedly threated to attack or repeatedly chased a person or animal.
A dog may also be declared “dangerous” if it has displayed unreasonable aggression towards a person or animal.
“Dangerous dogs” in NSW are dogs that are the subject of a declaration made by a Council or a Court under the Companion Animals Act 1998.
If you are the owner of a “dangerous dog” there are strict guidelines you must follow in order to keep your dog under control.