Updated COVID Protocols, News (Mariposa Minor Hockey)

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Updated COVID Protocols
Submitted By MMHA on Thursday, October 28, 2021
Update on Capacity Limits from the City of Kawartha Lakes
Please see the following information from the City of Kawartha Lakes regarding the recent lifting of capacity limits in certain centres & venues:

"Based on the provincial announcement made October 8 that Ontario is cautiously lifting capacity limits in select settings a decision has been made to adjust our municipal protocols accordingly.  With that change in mind the following protocols will be in effect as of today:"

What has changed:

        Spectator numbers increased to regular capacity limits

        No time restriction to enter the facility before each ice time (You must still check in with your team Covid Rep before entering! Skaters need to check in 45-50 mins before games, 20 mins before practice. Spectators can enter no more than 10 minutes prior to the start of games)

        Dressing rooms must be vacated 20 mins after each ice time. Staff require time in between rentals to properly sanitize the dressing rooms.

        Showers are now available

What is the same:

        Covid Screening must still be completed & checked before entering the arena

        Proof of Vaccination and identification must still be shown

        Dressing room capacity limits remain in place

        Everyone must still wear mask/face covering

        Ice capacity limits on the ice/on the bench remain

        No off-ice warm-ups and/or dryland training activities

Please see the update City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols Here


MMHA MEMBERS Please note: When travelling to other centers be prepared to show proof of vaccination and identification

Requirements from Visiting Teams:

        Visiting teams are required to complete their own tracking sheet of participants and spectators. Your tracking sheet needs to include Full Names for all participants, spectators and their phone numbers, Verification (i.e. check marks) indicating that all participants and spectators have been screened for COVID symptoms, Verification of proof of vaccination for all eligible participants and spectators. Please submit your completed covid screening to the Home Team before entering the facility

        Skaters and coaches can enter 45-50 mins prior to game time

        Spectators to enter together ten minutes prior to game time

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