- Signing in with a QR code is not required. For my own purposes I've always kept accurate records of which dogs attend each week, so it's easy to know which people attended if the need arises.
- Masks are not required but you are more than welcome to wear one.
- There are no density limits but for obvious reasons I've always had a limit on the number of dogs attending a class. In this past this has been 7-8, but I will now aim to have a maximum of 6 dogs in class, with a maximum of 2 people per dog. If needed I will limit it to 1 person per dog.
- Proof of vaccination is not required. More than 90% of the eligible population are fully vaccinated and boosters are now being recommended. As 2022 unfolds it may become a requirement again for people to be vaccinated to attend or I may make that decision if it's needed for our protection.
- It goes without saying that nobody attends class if they have any flu like symptoms or are required to isolate for any reason (the rule on who needs to isolate appears to change often).
- Hand sanitiser is always available and people are encouraged to use it.
The last 2 years have shown how quickly things can change and throw plans in to chaos; I am now allowing a 1-2 week break in between each 4 week course to allow for interruptions if a class needs to be postponed for any reason (not just Covid related but extreme weather events which seem to be more common recently too).