Clarington Return to Play Guidelines, News (Clarington Zone Hockey)

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Clarington Return to Play Guidelines
Submitted By CZHA on Friday, August 27, 2021
Screening of all individuals entering the facility is the responsibility of the CZHA. If anyone in your group is feeling ill, they should not come to the site or enter the facility. This includes parents/guardians.

CZHA is responsible for collecting contact information for all participants, parents/guardians and staff/coaches in each group. This information should be kept according to the direction of the local Health Department for a minimum of 30 days.

A maximum of 40 skaters are allowed on the ice, plus coaches/staff.

Spectators are limited to 50% capacity. Please note, Municipal staff will inform the permit holder/coach/instructor if the spectator capacity is exceeded.

      1. Arrival at the Facility

        • The facility will be entered through the main entrance. Adjustments may be necessary due to other events happening within the facility. This information will be communicated in advance of the permitted date.

        • Arrive to the facility 15 minutes before your start time to line up outside. It is the CZHA  responsibility to ensure that all participants and spectators have entered the facility.

        • Once your complete group has arrived, a Municipal Staff will open the door to let you

          in. Do not attempt to enter the facility until all members of your group are present. The

          Permit holder is responsible for managing entry of their skaters and spectators.

        • Spectators and participants must immediately go into the designated areas. Loitering

          and gathering in the facility is not permitted

          While in the Facility

        • Parent/guardians will be allowed in the facility and must sit in the designated area and must wear a mask at all times. Staff will monitor and notify the CZHA (or coach) if there are any concerns or capacity numbers are exceeded. Failure to follow these guidelines will put future permits at risk of cancellation

        • Change rooms will be open. Masks must be worn at all times and can be removed as the skater enters the ice.

        • Washrooms are open. Concession stands will not be open until further notice.

        • Water fountains are not available at this time, so please bring your own, filled water

                        bottle to the arena with you.


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