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Jan 01, 2022 | Amanda Cowdrey | 288 views
Returning to Hockey
Some important reminders and recent information to review as we return to hockey following the holiday break:

Covid-19 Screening & Contact Tracing:


  • Everyone must continue to complete and pass the the LMHA Covid-19 Screening BEFORE entering the arena for each and every ice time

  • This still includes all away teams arriving at our arena for games against our teams


Arena Capacity Limits


  • All City of Kawartha Lakes arenas have a 40 spectator capacity limit (1 spectator per player)

  • With the exception of the Lindsay Recreational Complex Pad 1: Spectator capacity limit is 200

  • Managers/Covid Reps: When traveling to other centres for games, remember to check with the association your team is traveling to for any further protocols or procedures they may have in place to be followed by arriving teams

  • Managers/Covid Reps: When other centres arrive to our arena for games it is important to ensure that our capacity limits, screening & contact tracing, and physical distancing & masking protocols are followed as well


Proof of Vaccination


  • Effective Monday December 20th, all youth 12-17yrs of age participating in organized sports & recreational activities will be required to show Proof of Vaccination along with government issued ID (ie: Ontario Health Card).

  • Effective Tuesday January 4, 2022, applicable patrons will be required to show Proof of Vaccination using the Verify Ontario App by means of the provincial enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code along with government issued ID.

  • Get your Enhanced Vaccine Certificate: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/get-proof/ 

 

Communication from OMHA:

 

 

Teams: Positive Cases & Close Contacts:

 

  • If your player is unable to attend a practice or game due to illness or close contact alert your team manager and continue to follow all government & health unit regulations

  • Managers: in the event of a positive case or close contact situation on your team, please immediately alert Jessica Wooldridge LMHA Supervisor of Managers [email protected] and Monte Storey LMHA Supervisor of Coaches & Trainers [email protected] 

 

New Isolation Periods:

 

  • Individuals who are vaccinated, as well as children under 12 who have symptoms of COVID-19 will be required to isolate for 5 days following the onset of symptoms. These individuals can end isolation after 5 days if their symptoms are improving for at least 24 hours, and all public health and safety measures, such as masking and physical distancing, are followed.

 

 

As changes can happen quickly, we need to remain flexible and we appreciate the cooperation of our members during these difficult times. LMHA will continue to update with any further changes should they arise.

 

 

 
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