Canlan Covid-19 Protocol Update, News (Oakville Hornets)

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Oct 01, 2021 | Marketing | 384 views
Canlan Covid-19 Protocol Update
Please find below an update from Canlan on its Covid-19 Protocol:

We are allowed to have 14 people in each dressing room, with 5 chairs outside. In game situations, not shinny or scrimmages, we are allowed 3 coaches, trainers, or managers to be on the bench that will not count towards the total number. 

Contract Guidelines

  • A maximum of 38 people total in the rink
    • For games only – 3 people per team, only consisting of Coaches, Managers, or Trainers will be allowed on each bench and will not be counted towards the total number
  • Scrimmage/Shinny is allowed effective July 16th, 2021. Spectators – 1 parents or guardian per athlete. They can help tie skates and then promptly move to the designated spectator area.
  • Change rooms are open. We recommend groups come partially dressed. You will only have 20mins before your rental to change and 15mins after your rental.
    • Showers are open – you will need to vacate the change room 15mins after your rental.
    • Allowed 14 people in each change room with 5 chairs outside the rooms (2 rooms per rental)
  • No spitting
  • Social distancing off the ice always, please ensure players are 6ft apart
  • All players must wear masks into facility, if you do not have a mask, you will be denied entry
Please find the full Covid-19 Rules and Protocol here - Canlan Sports Covid-19 Rules and Protocols

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Canlan directly - 905.845.6989
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