New Covid Protocols at the Arenas, News (Saugeen Shores Minor Hockey)

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Dec 19, 2021 | Stephen Ballard | 1019 views
New Covid Protocols at the Arenas
Please pay close attention to the following 2 points regarding attendance at Saugeen Shores Arenas. These pointes include capacity reduction at the arenas and the new QR code requirements.




Point 1. 

The Plex:

Seated spectator capacity: 355
Dressing room capacity (1 to 5): 13
Club Room capacity: 15
Ref room: 1

Southampton Coliseum

Seated spectator capacity: 250
Dressing room capacity (1 to 4): 10
Room 5: 3 
Ref room: 2

Teams that exceed the dressing room capacity may need to rotate players through to ensure capacities are maintained. Once dressed, players can wait in the dressing room hall and/or ice entrance. We have to remain vigilant including wearing masks inside the dressing rooms. Please ensure this is reinforced with local and visiting teams to have masks on in the dressing rooms.

Food and/or drink services are no longer permitted at sporting events. The canteens will be closed.



Point 2

Saugeen Shores, ON; The Ontario government is strengthening proof of vaccination requirements to access some indoor Town programs and facilities.

Beginning Monday, December 20, youth aged 12 to 17 years must present proof of vaccination when participating in organized sports at recreational facilities. This includes sports leagues, organized clubs, competitive swimming and swimming lessons. Individuals who are 12 years or older must show proof of vaccination to access:

  • Recreation programs and activities
  • Spectator and viewing areas
  • Recreational fitness areas
  • Sporting events
  • Indoor meeting and event spaces

Starting January 4, 2022, the Ontario government will only accept the enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code as valid proof of vaccination. The Verify Ontario app will be used to scan certificates at facilities. The QR code can be used digitally or by printing a paper copy. There are several ways to obtain the enhanced vaccine certificate:

  • Download from the Provincial portal online at covid19.ontariohealth.ca
  • Visit a Bruce County library branch
  • Call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900 to have a certificate mailed
  • Visit a Service Ontario centre to receive a printed copy

Effective January 10, 2022, people with an eligible medical exemption must use an enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code. Physician’s notes will no longer be accepted. Individuals with eligible medical exemptions must contact an Ontario physician or registered nurse to obtain an enhanced certificate. 



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