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Reminders from the City Of London re Covid
Submitted By Luisa Gould on Mon 03 15, 21
Hello Everyone, We are almost to the end of the hockey season with only 2 weeks left to go. Now is not the time to let our guard down and disregard the arena protocols in place.  Over the past week we have noticed several of our rules being violated and even received a warning from by-law officials on the number of people in the arena at one time.

 Reminders for parents/coaches and players of the following important rules that are in place.

 Only one parent/guardian is permitted to enter the arena.

Siblings are not permitted as well as additional family members. We understand that everyone wants to watch the last few weeks of the hockey season but we have strict limits on the number permitted to be in the arena and that us why only one parent/guardian is permitted for each participant.

We have started to count the number of health assessment forms being passed along to us and once we get to our capacity limit we will no longer allow others to enter. The numbers increase quickly when people are sneaking people through side doors which is occurring a lot. Parents/Guardians that are coming into the arena MUST enter at the time of the practice or game and MUST leave immediately after.

No gathering in lobbies or corridors waiting for the players to exit the dressing rooms.

Masks are to be worn at all times in the dressing rooms and while not on the ice.

Everyone watching must maintain a 2 meter distance from everyone else in the facility at all times. 


We are so close to the end of a successful season despite all the challenges that COIVD-19 as brought us.
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