• Northern Illawarra Veterinary Hospital

COVID-19 Update - 28th February, 2022

Although mask wearing within indoor settings is no longer mandatory in NSW, we at NIVH still strongly recommend anyone visiting the clinic to wear a mask (also covering the nose). This is because it is often difficult to appropriately social distance whilst assessing your pet. Our main aim is to keep our staff and community healthy so as we can continue to provide our highest quality pet care.

Please continue to maintain social distancing, where possible, and practise good hand hygiene (we have sanitiser within the clinic). Also if you are showing any signs of COVID-19 or are classed as a 'close contact', please call the clinic to either reschedule your appointment or discuss alternative arrangements.

Thanks again for keeping everyone safe!

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