COVID-19 Update and NEW Arena Entry Protocols, News (Brantford Community Hockey League)

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Dec 18, 2021 | Sandra Gagne | 125 views
COVID-19 Update and NEW Arena Entry Protocols
All of our House League programming is running as normal - all games and practices will continue as scheduled.  If you are NOT comfortable attending, we completely understand and just ask you to please contact your coach to let them know.

All Select Teams will practice only - no games until Dec. 26/2021.  Please contact your coach for specific details. 

As per the Provincial announcement, please note the upcoming changes:


As of Monday December 20, EVERYONE 12 and up, including players and coaches, will be required to show proof of vaccination and government issued ID when entering the arena.

Note for clarification: Children born in 2010 will be required to provide proof of vaccination 12 weeks after their 12th birthday.



Everyone will also be required to sign the contact tracing form at the arena entrance.

NO FOOD OR DRINK WILL BE ALLOWED INTO THE ARENAS FOR SPECTATORS


Please review the City of Brantford new announcements here :

1.0 Public_Notice_-_Updates_to_City_services_to_mitigate_spread_of_omicron_voc_Dec_18_2021[6111]
2.0  Public_Notice_-_Updates_to_screening_process_for_patrons_of_City_facilities_Dec_17_2021[6110]



As of Tuesday, January 4, the arena will only be able to accept the QR code for proof of vaccination, government issued ID will also still be needed. To download your QR code, please visit
https://covid-19.ontario.ca/get-proof/.


As the current environment shifts and new announcements are made, we will get the information out to our members as quickly as possible.
 
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