Milton Covid-19 Update, News (Woolwich Minor Hockey)

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Nov 25, 2021 | Mike Stiles | 1205 views
Milton Covid-19 Update
As a result of Halton Region Public Health directives the following update will be initiated as of Friday, Nov. 26:

Proof of vaccination requirement change 

Effective this Friday, Nov. 26, all individuals 12 years of age and older must provide proof of full vaccination or proof of medical exemption, along with government-issued identification (eg. Health card, birth certificate, passport) in order to gain access to Town of Milton recreation facilities.  

This requirement will now include 12-17 year olds participating in organized sports, coaches, volunteers, and sport officials, all of whom were previously exempt from providing identification and proof of vaccination/medical exemption.
Please ensure that this requirement is communicated to your coaches, volunteers, and athletes, as well as visiting teams. Be aware that the facility entry process may take slightly longer than usual and plan arrival times accordingly. 

If these new vaccination requirements impact your ability to participate, requests for changes and/or refunds can be sent directly to:

Programs and memberships – [email protected]
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