COVID-19 Information (St. Catharines Ringette)

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Seymour Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre- ARENA PROTOCOLS

Who needs to provide proof of Vaccination?

People over 18 years of age actively participating in an organized sport, including training, practices, games and competitions. If you are under 18 years of age and actively participating in an organized sport including training, practices, games and competitions, you do not have to provide proof of vaccination to enter the facility.

Parents, guardians and spectators who are 12 years and above must provide proof of vaccination. Please note, all children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated parent or guardian in order to access recreation facilities.

What identification do I need to provide?

Visitors will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and proof of identification to enter. Proof of vaccination will be accepted if the person’s name and date of birth on their identification document matches the name and date of birth on the vaccination receipt and if the person is fully vaccinated. Photo identification is not required.

Before you arrive you can Use Screener Link or QR Code to complete the screener

To enter the arena you must complete the City of St. Catharine Covid-19 Arena screener for your entire family. Complete 1 screener for the entire family (list all individuals being screened).   

You can complete the screener in advance and then take a screen shot of the Screening Passed.  You must show the “Passed Screener screenshot” to the Arena Staff to be able to enter.

https://www.stcatharines.ca/visitorscreening     

What to expect when you arrive

Everyone Enters through the main Entrance

FAST PASS LANE-  Players 18 years and younger and Coaches stay to the Right and only show the Arena Screener to the Arena Staff

Regular Entrance-  Parents, guardians and spectators who are 12 years and above, stay to the left and must provide the completed Arena Screener, Proof of vaccination and identification.

Masks Must be worn at all times









Ringette  Ontario Website
http://www.ontario-ringette.com/


Ringette Ontarion Return to Ringette Guidelines

Ringette Ontario is pleased to announce the release of our *“Return to Ringette” (RTR) guidelines. The purpose of this document is to provide our members with a framework for getting back on the ice in the safest way possible.
The guidelines included in this document are subject to change based on updates and information about COVID-19, and recommendations from the government and health and safety officials.

Ringette Ontario COVID-19 Safety Leader

Covid Safety Leader for St. Catharines Ringette Association:
JOANNE THOMSON
President
[email protected]

Return to Ringette Waivers- 

Protocols & Checklists

LINK: Procedures for Sickness Related to a Non-injury Related Illness

 

City of St. Catharines
https://www.stcatharines.ca/en/

Niagara Region Public Health
COVID 19 UPDATEShttps://www.niagararegion.ca/health/covid-19/default.aspx
CLOSURES AND SERVICE DISRUPTIONShttps://www.niagararegion.ca/service-disruptions/default.aspx
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