Compliance with NDCC Protocols Required, News (Ayr Flames)

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Compliance with NDCC Protocols Required
Submitted By T Coleman on Wednesday, October 28, 2020
The Local Medical Officer of Health is presently in discussion with area municipalities regarding indoor sports programming, and specifically arena usage. Public Health has flagged concerns with, ‘clustering’ in foyers, in front of buildings and noting physical distancing is not always being observed.   

Locally, Township Staff have observed visitors (not associated with the ice time) in changeroom hallways and club offices/storage spaces. Additionally, we have been asked to remind everyone that masks must be worn in the facility at all times, except when a player/participant is on the ice. 

 

As our goal is to continue to enjoy participating and spectating on-ice sports, we are bringing this matter to your attention and asking that you review and continue following protocols that are in place via the following links:

 - https://ayrminorhockey.com/Articles/6233/Ice_Time_and_Facility_Protocol_Reminders/

https://ayrminorhockey.com/Articles/6221/Player_and_Coach_Entry_Procedures_at_the_NDCC_/ 

 

Thank you again for your cooperation, attention and understanding.

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