Covid RED Level Restritions At Recreation Facilities In Waterloo Region Continue to Evolve, News (Ayr Flames)

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Covid RED Level Restritions At Recreation Facilities In Waterloo Region Continue to Evolve
Submitted By AMHA Board of Directors on Wednesday, November 25, 2020
As our Township Officials and their colleagues from other areas within the Region of Waterloo work toward controlling the spread of Covid 19, new restrictions have been implemented at recreations facilities across the Region. 

These new restrictions take effect immediately.  The Township has prepared a detailed document that explains restrictions at the NDCC. COVID_Information_Package_-_Arena_Use_(under_Red-Control)


Here is a summary of existing and newly implemented restrictions:


  • The maximum number of people per team allowed to be in the NDCC (this includes entrance, halls, ice surface and stands) is capped at 10.  This is inclusive of players and coach(es).
  • This means parents are not able to watch ice times.  Parents will need to work with their coach(es) to ensure safe entry of players to the NDCC.
  • The Covid Questionnaire, located on the AMHA web site must be completed by players and coaches prior to arriving at the arena.
  • Coaches must maintain record of every player/coach that attends each ice time
  • Masks must be worn until Helmets are put on prior to entering the ice surface. If your player wears their helmet to the rink a mask must be worn until just prior to entering the ice surface.
  • Dressing rooms are not available for use.  Any Bags brought to the NDCC must be kept in an orderly fashion and out of the middle of hallways to ensure fire exit routes are not impacted.
  • Players should arrive at the arena fully dressed and leave the arena fully dressed.  Skates and helmets can be put on and taken off inside the NDCC.


AMHA would like to thank the players, parents and especially our coaches for their efforts in keeping our Association active in a challenging time.

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