Update on Entering Arenas, News (Lambton Shores Minor Hockey)

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Update on Entering Arenas
Submitted By Matt Redmond on Sat 01 29, 22
The Municipality has provided an update on what to expect when entering our arenas on Monday, January 31. ***The main change is that you have to visit a website and do screening before entering the arena,  Coronavirus (COVID-19) self-assessment (ontario.ca)   

***Also, LSMHA no longer needs to have a volunteer at the door each ice time. 

These updates are based on guidance from Lambton Public Health.  Highlights are below:




Enhanced Vaccine Certificate
-        Enhanced vaccine certificates containing QR codes are required for entry. Certificates can be either digital (e.g., screen shot on cell phone), or a paper copy. 
-        To download your digital or print QR code, please visit covid-19.ontario.ca/get-proof. Individuals can also visit their local library or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900 to have their vaccine certificate mailed to them. You can also visit a Service Ontario centre to receive a printed copy.
-        To be clear, entry will not be permitted without the enhanced vaccine certificate.
-        ID is still required. 

Contact Tracing
-        Contract Tracing is no longer required under the new legislation. 

Active Screening
-        Active Screening is still required, however this is no longer the responsibility of the user group.
-        Patrons will be required to complete the provincial screening tool prior to entering the facility:  Coronavirus (COVID-19) self-assessment (ontario.ca) The facilities will have signage with a QR code to this website on the facility doors.
-        Patrons MUST show a screen shot of their result to the door monitor .
-        If the patron does not have a smart phone or cannot access the website, we will have a printed copy of the questions that they can read and attest to upon entry. 
-        The process will be communicated on the Municipal website and through social media.  Please help us in sharing this message to your members in advance of attending the facility.
-        Please note that the screening will be required each day, and must be completed for all persons attending the facility.

Thank you all for your continued patience.
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