NEW Norfolk County Facility Entrance Protocols, News (Port Dover Minor Hockey)

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NEW Norfolk County Facility Entrance Protocols
Submitted By Pat Meahan on Friday, December 17, 2021
ATTENTION Parents/Players/Officials/Guardians & Visiting Teams,

AS OF MONDAY DECEMBER 20TH, Exemption ends for, showing proof of vaccination for children 12-17 years old participating in organized sport. MEANING ALL PARTICIPANTS (players, coaches, officials, executives, off ice officials, volunteers, etc) will have to show QR code proof of vaccination + 14 days with ID. 

Those not required are: Children under the age of 12



BEGINNING JANUARY 4, 2022, access to all recreation facilities will require the use of the province’s Verify Ontario App. This will mean that all patrons of the facility will be required to provide a vaccine passport with the QR code visible. Both digital & paper copies will be acceptable as the app will scan both. Vaccine passports WITHOUT the QR code will NO longer be accepted. If you do not have a passport with the QR code, you can download it on the provincial government’s vaccination portal.

 

BEGINNING JANUARY 10, 2022, medical and clinical exemptions will require a certificate with a QR code as well. Doctors’ notes will no longer be accepted.

Access to the building is to be done from the Front Entrance Only, all other doors to the facility are to remain closed at all times, unless for Emergency Exit only. If anyone is caught by-passing the vaccination certification/active screening process/entrance by entering from a door that has been opened by another member all those involved will be ejected from the facility.


Please make this article available to everyone effected by the changes to help Arena Entry stay as smooth as possible.

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