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Return to Hockey... Frequently Asked Questions
Submitted By KatieFewchuk on Mon 01 31, 22
ARE SPECTATORS ALLOWED?
Capacity at arenas is capped at 50% for spectators. Please be mindful of this, and keep additional family members to a minimum. Spectators need to self screen and will be tracked as they enter the arena in addition to showing proof of vaccination. Make sure to have your Vaccine Passport QR Code and ID ready to show when you arrive at the rink. While inside, everyone must wear a mask and practice social-distancing. 

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT AT THE RINK?

SFHA players, coaches and volunteers will be screening and tracking using the SaniTrakr App for all sanctioned on- and off-ice activities. The screening tool continues to be updated with APH and Ontario health guidelines.

In addition, all spectators will need to self screen and adhere to the vaccination policies, as well as sign in to the facility for contact tracing. ANYONE 12 AND OLDER (INCLUDING PARTICIPANTS, SPECTATORS, COACHES, OFFICIALS, VOLUNTEERS, ETC) ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THEIR QR CODE FOR PROOF OF VACCINATION AND ID TO ENTER FACILITIES.

Masks are required inside the arena, except during on-ice activities. Social distancing while in the locker rooms will be adhered to.

Capacity limits will be posted at each facility. (50% Capacity)

WILL VACCINATIONS BE REQUIRED FOR ELIGIBLE PLAYERS AND COACHES FOR THE 2021-22 SEASON?
2009 and older: Yes. The OWHA requires all Players and Coaches born 2009 or earlier to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in any OWHA-sanctioned program.

2010 and younger: No. At this time, vaccinations are not required for this age group (5 to 11 years), although they are recommended. The OWHA is following the province’s guidance. Please note: participants in this age group will still need to do screening at facilities and follow safety protocols and mask mandates. 



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