Arena Opening Up with reduced Provincial & County Restrictions, News (Dunnville Minor Hockey)

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Arena Opening Up with reduced Provincial & County Restrictions
Submitted By Tom Flatt on Sun 01 30, 22
The Province updated their re-opening guidelines, and we believe these changes will be welcome to our patrons.  The changes are listed below, and our updated Arena Protocol document is attached for your reference. 

 

1.       Contact tracing is no longer required, therefore it will not be necessary for anyone to go onto the County website and complete contact tracing and on-line screening.  Everyone must still enter through the front doors, and arena staff will complete the COVID screening questions and check for Proof of Vaccination.  PLEASE NOTE there have been no changes to the proof of vaccination requirement, everyone 12+ as of the end of February must show the provincial QR code with personal identification to staff prior to entry.

2.       Food/beverages will now be permitted in the arenas when we re-open on Monday, January 31.  However, patrons may only consume food/beverages when seated, and maintain social distancing from other patrons not living in their household.  Additionally, masks must be worn at all times in the facility, and may only be removed when eating/drinking, and must be put back on when finished.

3.       Our concessions will be able to open, please note they may not all be ready to start up immediately but will be advised they can resume operations.

4.       Capacities are still set at 50%, the province clarified this applies to each individual area of the facility.  Capacity limits will be posted.

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