With the resurgence of Covid-19 in Victoria and an expansion of a few cases from Victoria to NSW, we should once again become proactive in regard to our precautions against spreading or becoming infected with the virus.

The NSW government is unlikely (at the moment) to require stringent lockdowns as has occurred in Victoria, but there may be a tighening of restrictions. At the moment, I expect we will be able to keep flying.

Transimission out in the open on the field is unlikely if we just apply common sense in keeping reasonable social distancing. In the two seaters, We should start to be cautious again and may require masks, gloves and cleaning between pilot changes. Cleaning of the aircraft before and after any AEF flight will again become mandatory, We will see how the situation progresses as to how stringent we may need to be.


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