January 2, 2022 Update, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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January 2, 2022 Update
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Sun 01 02, 22
The following is a note that all ice users groups received from the Township.

All individuals entering the facility MUST be actively screened using the questions from KFL&A Public Health’s Expanded Symptoms Screening Tool. 

Please ensure you are properly contact tracing for EACH booking you have.  Records must be held for 30 days and readily available should the health unit request them. 




Contact tracing papers will be available for use at the entrance. All individuals entering the facility MUST be masked.  Masks are to remain on unless actively participating in sport (while remaining 6 feet apart) or taking a shower.  Please refer to the image provided for proper mask usage.   

Change room capacity is in effect again, but showers are remaining open. 

Maximum capacity is 20 patrons with two cohorts of ten. No hockey, shinny or scrimmage of any kind.  Only activities where distance can be maintained for the entire rental. 

You are allowed pucks, sticks and nets for distanced drills.Rentals are being monitored for adherence to current protocols to ensure the safety of everyone in the facility. 

Bookings that are unable to follow protocol will be unable to resume their bookings until restrictions are lifted.
Please review the attached documents to ensure you are up to date with the current protocols and relay pertinent information to your facility users. 

Please make sure you are following the 20 minute in and out rule to the best of your ability and avoid entering the ice pad before your scheduled rental time.  It is important that cleaning and ice prep are able to be completed before your rental.  

All games scheduled for LTMHA Teams are cancelled until January 13th. IGNORE schedule for away games as some centres have not updated their schedules.

To conclude we need everyone following the protocols. Our goal as always is to return safely and be ready to play. Our hope is to return to games after the next KFLA Health Unit update on January 17th. Until that time we must abide by the Health Unit guidelines. 

Please review the following documents.

LOYALIST TOWNSHIP PROCEDURES

https://ltmha.com/Public/Documents/COVID-19_Facility_Procedure_-_Arena_rentals_(August_26-2020)-2.pdf

 

KFLA COVID Screening

https://ltmha.com/Public/Documents/COVID-19_Expanded_Symptoms_Screening_Tool.pdf

 

Screening Support Ontario

https://ltmha.com/Public/Documents/COVID-19_Reference_Document_for_Symptoms.pdf


Also obtain an enhanced 
vaccine certificate with a QR code as it will be needed to enter arenas in Ontario. To download your enhanced vaccine certificate with official QR code, please visit ontario.ca/get-proof/



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