COVID -19 Protocol Update, News (Peterborough Girls Hockey Association)

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COVID -19 Protocol Update
Submitted By Melissa Murray on Tuesday, March 2, 2021
COVID -19 Protocol Update:The PGHA is continuously working with our local public health, arena and OWHA liaisons to ensure our COVID protocols are up to date. Please see the details below of what you can expect to see and how you can help.

FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS:

-fill out the symptom checklist THE DAY of the practice/game and pay attention to each question carefully

-keep your player home if they answer yes to ANY of the questions or have ONE symptom

-sanitize before and after entering the arena (both guardian and player)

-wear masks

-remind your own player to be 2m apart at all times, especially in the waiting area

-players are provided 2 change rooms and specific seating that are distanced in these spots, please sit only where provided

-follow public health protocol, if you are being tested or in isolation, follow the protocol which will include not attending hockey

-follow school protocol, if your child is at home and not able to return to school for a variety of reasons (e.g., symptom, being tested, sibling being tested) then your child will also have to miss hockey

-if you are unsure of an arena protocol as some do change (e.g., can only bring a small bag into some arenas, times you are let in) please reach out to your COVID manager for your team for clarification

 

WHAT YOU WILL SEE OUR BENCH STAFF DOING:

-maintaining 2m apart whenever possible on the ice at practices

-wearing medical masks AND faceshields/goggles when on the bench at games

-following the same COVID protocol that everyone else does above! (e.g, symptom checklist etc.)

 

MANAGERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

-checking screening checklists, online, for every ice time

-making sure all contact information gathered at the beginning of the year is up to date

-sending out COVID updates to your team

-helping all participants follow the various protocols at our arenas

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