COVID-19 Education Resources (Woolwich Wild - Elmira, St. Jacobs, Breslau Girls Hockey)

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This information is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The Ontario Women's Hockey Association and its Members make no representation and assume no responsibility in respect of their information concerning COVID-19 as the circumstances are constantly changing, and any information on COVID-19 should be obtained from your Public Health Authority.

All staff, coaches, trainers, participants, parents, administrators and volunteers should make themselves aware of Government- approved information on ways to limit the spread of COVID-19 including:
• Respiratory etiquette
• Hand hygiene
• Physical distancing
• Use of Personal Protective Equipment (e.g. face masks)

COVID-19 Education Resources

Below are links to various COVID-19 Education Resources from Ontario Public Health.


Ontario Public Health

Hand Hygiene

Physical Distancing

How to self-monitor

When and How to Wear a Mask

How to Self-Isolate


Hockey Canada COVID-19 Information

Hockey Canada and its Members are working diligently on a Return to Hockey plan based on direction from governments and public health authorities. As provinces and territories begin to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Hockey Canada will provide resources and information to keep players, parents, coaches, officials and volunteers updated on topics ranging from minor hockey registration to national teams.

Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Information & Updates

OWHA COVID-19 Information

The OWHA publishes any updates to return to hockey information on their website:  OWHA.ON.CA


Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16

Continuing Improvements in Key Indicators Allowing Province to Safely Expand Indoor Settings and Capacity Limits.




• Looking forward to moving into Step 3 in all or most of Ontario.

• At all times, OWHA must follow health and safety requirements of all levels of government including

PHU’s and facilities with the strictest requirement in place.

• At all times, OWHA Insurance is through Hockey Canada and is ONLY in place for OWHA sanctioned

activities that meet all OWHA requirements.

• Some areas may remain in Step 2 and any area may move at any time.

• There are limited in-person OWHA sanctioned activities permitted in Step 1 and in Step 2 and

expanded activities in Step 3.




Roadmap to Reopen outlines three steps to easing public health measures, guided by the following principles:

Step One An initial focus on resuming outdoor activities with smaller crowds where the risk of

transmission is lower, and permitting retail with restrictions. This includes allowing outdoor gatherings

of up to 10 people, outdoor dining with up to four people per table and non-essential retail at 15 per

cent capacity.

• Step Two Further expanding outdoor activities and resuming limited indoor services with small

numbers of people where face coverings are worn. This includes outdoor gatherings of up to 25

people, outdoor sports and leagues, overnight camps, personal care services where face coverings can

be worn and with capacity limits, as well as indoor religious services, rites, or ceremony gatherings at

15 per cent capacity.

Step Three Expanding access to indoor settings, with restrictions, including where there are larger

numbers of people and where face coverings cannot always be worn. This includes indoor sports and

recreational fitness, indoor dining, museums, art galleries and libraries, and casinos and bingo halls,

with capacity limits.

Ontario Government




IMPORTANT: Please click on the above link to review the important information.



PUBLIC HEALTH ONTARIO[1]diseases/novel-coronavirus/vaccines



COVID-19 Vaccines

Immunization is widely recognized as one of the most effective interventions for reducing the impact of infectious diseases.

As safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are approved for use and become available, Public Health Ontario (PHO) is working very closely with the Ministry of Health, local public health units and other health system partners to provide scientific expertise, data and resources for the successful implementation of COVID-19 vaccine programs.

PHO is actively monitoring, reviewing and assessing relevant research related to COVID-19 vaccines. Please visit the Synopsis of Key Articles webpage to find summaries of new articles on COVID-19 vaccines.  This page will be updated as more information becomes available.




COVID-19 vaccines

Vaccines are safe, effective and the best way to protect you and those around you from serious illnesses like COVID-19.

Vaccines work with your immune system so your body will be ready to fight the virus if you are exposed. This can reduce your risk of developing COVID-19 and make your symptoms milder if you do get it.  Our supply will not arrive all at once, so distribution will happen in stages. The goal is for everyone in Ontario

to be able to get a COVID-19 vaccination if they want one as soon as enough doses are available from manufacturers.

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