COVID 19 PROTOCOLS, News (Belleville Minor Hockey Association)

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Oct 18, 2021 | Shelly Parks | 203 views
COVID 19 PROTOCOLS
Answers to frequently asked questions. 

Answers to frequently asked questions. 

 

 

BMHA requires a NEGATIVE test result, from anyone who has been in close contact with a covid exposure before returning to hockey.

 

1. If a child, parent has been asked from the health unit to get tested, and not to attend school until neg result. Can they still come to hockey?

 

Answer is, NO! If the child can't attend school for covid related reasons, they can not attend hockey.

 

2. If a family is coming back from traveling, all parents are vaccinated but child is under 12 and has to quarantine or neg text result before attending school again, but want to come to hockey?

 

Answer is, No! If the child can't attend school for covid related reasons, they can not attend hockey.

 

3. I am a coach, asst coach, trainer, manager (bench staff). its game day do I require to wear a mask on the bench?

 

Answer is, yes! Unless you have a helmet on. You are always required to wear a mask.

 

4. Who screens our members and spectators coming into building?

 

Answer is, rep mangers should be sending out an email asking for parents to confirm they are clear and asking for a list of spectators coming in. 

 

Rep games, managers should be reaching out to other teams’ managers, requesting the same from them for their up coming game.

(I understand this is a lot of work, but with two managers one should be assigned to covid)

 

House league teams can designate a parent volunteer, or any bench staff to do their screening.

 

All lists are to be sent to [email protected] 

 

5. When will players need to show proof of vaccination?

 

Answer is, November 1st!

 

 

Covid policy from QSWC 

-Players/coaches/managers/trainers and parents/spectators are allowed into the QSWC 30 minutes prior to game/practice time.  The priority will be to get in the players and coaching staff in first and the parents/spectators are to trail behind (everyone with face coverings on and socially distanced).

-Any coaches/managers/trainers who are 12 years of age or older will need to provide ID to show their name and date of birth along with proof of their double vaccination (with the 14-day waiting period).

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