COVID 19 Screening
All individuals entering the facility for a session, including players, team staff, parents/guardians, and officials must complete a COVID-19 self-screening questionnaire at home, before leaving for the facility. The screening must be done prior to every session.
Anyone with any COVID-19 symptoms as per the screening questionnaire is to remain at home until either:
· They have identified a chronic medical condition with the support of their registered health care professional. Some players may have a chronic medical condition such as migraines, asthma or allergies – these should be previously reported on their Medical Information Sheet provided to the team Trainer at the start of the season; OR,
· They have remained in home isolation for 14 days from the onset of symptoms AND are symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to hockey; OR
· They have received a negative test result and have been symptom free for 24 hours AND are able to pass the online screening form.
Players who cannot attend a session for medical reasons must be shared with the team Trainer. If a player becomes ill during a session, the team Trainer will ask the player to leave the ice. If removing a player from action or coordinating a return to play, Trainers will follow all protocols outlined herein, as well as protocols outlined in the Hockey Trainer Certification Program (including completing a Hockey Canada Injury Report)
If a player becomes ill, anyone within the same family/home must self-monitor for 14- days but may attend sessions.