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Ontario’s COVID-19 Response Framework – Level Orange (Restrict)
Submitted By Jacinta Faries on Monday, November 16, 2020
As of November 16, 2020, the Region of Waterloo has moved into the Orange Restrict level of the Provincial COVID-19 response framework.  Most arenas were already operating with Orange level restrictions, so changes are minimal, with some arenas reducing spectator and dressing room capacities. 




The Association must be prepared to complete an attendance report that includes players, staff and spectators immediately following each ice time, so please ensure you are completing the Sportsheadz screening before you arrive at the arena.  

Should Public Health impose additional restrictions, our Executive will let you know of any changes to the current return-to-play protocols via email, our website and social media communications. 

Please remember to wear a mask, keep your distance, sanitize your hands often. And stay home even if you are experiencing mild symptoms.

Important COVID-19 Resources:

Arena Information for Waterloo Region
COVID-19 Education Resources

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