CHANGES TO PROCEDURES AT NORFOLK COUNTY FACILITIES, News (Waterford Minor Hockey Association)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
CHANGES TO PROCEDURES AT NORFOLK COUNTY FACILITIES
Submitted By Adam Howe on Tuesday, September 21, 2021
As of September 22, 2021, the Province of Ontario will require members of the public to be fully vaccinated to access certain public settings, including recreation centres (O/Reg 645/21)

To enter a Norfolk County recreation facility (pool, arenas) or community centre/halls visitors and program patrons must provide proof of full vaccination as well as proof of identity as required by the law. If you fail to provide proof of vaccination, you will not be allowed to enter the facility. Staff are not authorized to make exceptions and are required to abide by provincial regulations.
 
The County will be utilizing a combination of staff and security personnel who will be tasked with checking vaccination status, verifying identification, as well as, conducting the contact tracing and screening process. Every person will be required to move through this process. We ask that everyone is courteous and has their information readily available to help avoid any bottlenecks at the front door.
 
The full media release from Norfolk County may be found using the link below.

Please note, the Norfolk County policy does not include players who are in attendance to participate in sport, however, the previously released OMHA policy does require players 12 and older to be fully vaccinated by October 31, 2021.

LINK: Norfolk County Media Release
This article has been viewed 430 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 13
    Oct
    Organization
    Norfolk County have transitioned to use of a digital access screening tool for contact tracing. The QR codes posted at facilities may be scanned with smartphone camera, or by accessing the link below. Please display the timestamped green check mark ...
  • 28
    Sep
    Organization
    The Waterford Minor Hockey Association is pleased to announce upcoming skills and skating development opportunities. These clinics will be offered cooperatively with our partners at the Port Dover arena beginning on Monday, October 18, 2021. Players ...
  • 05
    Sep
    Organization
    The Wildcats Hockey season begins this week!  Here is some preliminary information on the season start:   All Skates (warm-up skates) – Begins Tuesday, Sept 7. All players registered with Waterford Hockey will begin warm-up skates with their age ...
  • 04
    Sep
    Organization
    OMHA will be mandating that all eligible participants involved in minor hockey, are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 for the upcoming season.  All eligible participants are required to be fully vaccinated by October 31, 2021. Please follow the link ...
  • 31
    Aug
    Organization
    As we get ready to jump into our 2021-22 hockey season, our development director is working to provide inclusive development opportunities to all our players! We are in need of volunteers to help out with our development programming starting this ...
  • 18
    Aug
    Organization
    Waterford Minor Hockey Association is accepting coaching applications for the 2021-22 season. Coaches are needed in ALL divisions. Please follow the link below to begin the application process. LINK: Coaching Application
  • 22
    Jul
    Organization
    Waterford Wildcats Registration is now OPEN for the 2021-2022 Season. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. We are pleased to announce that Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2021-2022 Hockey Season! At this point all indications are that hockey will return ...
  • 18
    Jul
    Organization
    We are pleased to inform all that Hockey Registration will be opening this week (week of July 19)- so get ready!! For those families that are registering for the first time this season, our registration process has changed slightly for you.  You ...
Printed from waterfordwildcats.ca on Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 6:10 AM