What to do if impacted by COVID-19 (Woolwich Wild - Elmira, St. Jacobs, Breslau Girls Hockey)

VACCINATION UPDATE
PrintWhat to do if impacted by COVID-19

Hockey Canada COVID-19 Guidelines:

 

In all of the following situations, the player/parent/team staff must inform the team trainer.  The team trainer must then inform the COVID Response Team by emailing [email protected].

1: What if a player, parent or family member tests positive for COVID-19?

If a player, parent or family member tests positive for COVID–19, the player and their family will need to stay out of the hockey environment.  They should contact their health care provider and public health authority for instructions.  Anyone identified as a close contact should stay out of the hockey environment until all public health authority steps have been completed.  Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 must stay out of the hockey environment until all steps outlined by their health care provider and public health authority are completed and they are symptom free for 24 hours.

2: What if a team staff member or one of their family tests positive for COVID-19?

If a team staff member or one of their family tests positive for COVID–19, the team staff member and their family will need to stay out of the hockey environment. They should contact their physician and public health authority for instructions.  Anyone identified as a close contact should stay out of the hockey environment until all public health authority steps have been completed.  Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 must stay out of the hockey environment until all steps outlined by their health care provider and public health authority are completed and they are symptom free for 24 hours.

3: If someone on the team tests positive for COVID-19, will the team be allowed to continue to play hockey?

If someone on the team tests positive, public health authority guidelines will determine contact tracing and isolation requirements. It is possible, therefore, that one diagnosis on a team could lead to that team being required to pause hockey activities until the public health authority determines it is safe to return.

4: What if a player is sick but does not have COVID-19?

The player should follow up with their health care provider if required and the public health authority if COVID-19 is suspected.  They should not return to the hockey environment until all steps outlined by their health care provider and public health authority are completed and they are symptom free for 24 hours.

5: What if a player is exhibiting signs of COVID-19 but has not been tested?

The player should remain out of the hockey environment and contact their health care provider and public health authority for required steps to be taken.  They should not return to the hockey environment until all steps outlined by their health care provider and public health authority are completed and they are symptom free for 24 hours.

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