Health Services (Oakville Hornets)

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The following principles inform the Oakville Hornets approach to operating through COVID-19.

1. Protection of Athletes – Proactive protection of athletes and their family/household members is the primary goal of this document and the safety measures the Oakville Hornets are taking.

2. Prioritization of Safety – In the context of COVID-19, safety is prioritized over the Oakville Hornets typical procedures (e.g., attendance) given the particular risks engaging in sports can pose.

3. Shared Responsibility – By coming together, we are choosing to have a shared responsibility for each other’s health and well-being in this space. We want to help athletes/staff protect themselves, and know that they have a responsibility to protect each other, as does the Oakville Hornets as an organization have a responsibility to protect its’ athletes/staff. Therefore, the Oakville Hornets will require certain protective measures to ensure that we are minimizing as many risks as possible to keep each other safe.

4. Nimble and Agile Approach – The Oakville Hornets are open and willing to adapt to what is/isn’t working, and respond to a changing situation as per public health guidance.

5. Respect and Understanding– All athletes/staff have different experiences, risk factors, levels of vulnerability of themselves and those around them, as well as different personal reactions to the pandemic. Athletes and the Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association should approach these differences with respect and understanding. Further, athletes/staff should not feel any judgement or stigmatization related to a positive diagnosis.

6. Well-Being – The Oakville Hornets are here because playing hockey and coming together positively contribute to our well-being. We want to balance the benefits this brings to our mental and social well-being with the risks presented by the pandemic. Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association

Please review the following information as it pertains to our protocols and approach to operating through COVID-19:
Health Services documents can be found here! 

Mike Turczyniak Fiona Hutchison

President of the Oakville Hornets Oakville Hornets Health Services Officer

Covid-19 Protocol Updates - March 23, 2022








Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to wear a face mask?

OWHA mandates that masks must be properly worn by everyone in the dressing room and by team staff while on the bench and while in the dressing room. 


Does my player have to be vaccinated?

OWHA Vaccination requirements remain in place for the duration of the 2021/2022 hockey season - OWHA Vaccination Policy.


I think I have Covid-19 or I was exposed to the virus, what should I do?
Follow these steps to take care of yourself and protest others - Covid-19 Exposure

I had concerning symptoms but it was not Covid, when can I come back to hockey? 
Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 are presumed to have COVID-19, whether or not this is confirmed by a Rapid Antigen/PCR Test, and should self-isolate immediately and follow the Halton Region Public Health instructions.

I live with someone who tested positive for the virus, what should i do?
Close contacts and household contacts of individuals with COVID-19 are required to wear a mask for 10 days after exposure even if they are not required to self isolate. 

I missed a practice/game for a Covid related reason, what should I do?
Please notify your Coach, Manager, or Trainer as soon as possible.

I tested positive for Covid what should I do?
Immediately isolate, follow Halton Region Public Health Instructions and notify your Coach, Manager or Trainer as soon as possible.

I returned from International Travel what should I do?

Families returning from international travel are reminded of the following requirements from the Government of Canada. Individuals must wear a mask at all times when in public spaces (including schools and child care) for 14 days upon return to Canada.



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