Control-Red Classification, News (Woolwich Minor Hockey)

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Control-Red Classification
Submitted By Donna Harrington on Sunday, November 22, 2020
We will be moving into the Red tier as of Monday November 23rd

All ice times and games today, Sunday, November 22nd will continuing as originally scheduled.

As of Monday we are under the following new PHU restrictions:

*  only 10 participants per ice pad (including coaches, instructors, etc.)
*  1 parent/guardian per U18 participant is permitted, and is not included in the 10 participant number, no siblings will be allowed entrance into the facility
*  No dressing room usage
*  No scrimmages or games permitted
*  Only skills and drills training would be permitted
*  No contact permitted in team sports
*  Names and contact information of all participants need to be recorded and kept for a minimum of 30 days as noted above
*  Health screening required as noted above  

The placement into RED by the PHU will last for a minimum 28 days and then be evaluated on a weekly basis.   

Please look out for communications from coaches on how hockey will change going forward as they work to reorganize things to adhere to the new safety protocols we must follow to keep hockey safe for everyone.  

Coaches will be sending reminders to parents and players to ensure that everyone’s phone numbers are updated in SportsHeadz by November 23rd to assist with contact tracing.  

Lastly, a few reminders:

*  Anyone entering a facility must complete a Digital Health Check, this includes spectators. Spectators (like grandparents) can be added as Guardians so they can complete their individual check just check in with your coach.
*  Everyone must passed their Digital Health Check before entering a facility.
*  Sportsheadz has recently released Apps:
           Apple - App Store
           Android - Google Play 

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to your coach and please watch for information posted on our website as we continue to work with the Township to adhere to safety protocols.  

For more information on the COVID framework click here

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