Entry and Area Policy Reminder, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Nov 05, 2020 | Shawn Carswell | 785 views
Entry and Area Policy Reminder
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Please ensure when entering the arena to check in with the screener to confirm that you have completed the online Covid screening for the player and one for the parent / guardian entering the arena. (parent / guardian please put your name in the participant area)

** please ensure when completing forms, you have the correct arena and time , as this information is used for the screening checking in process. **


Entry is 10-20 mins before you start time, late arrivals will be not allowed in.


-wear your mask
-no outside food or drinks (only players are allowed a water bottle with them)
-follow all policies and instructions form arena staffs 
-entry must be thru the screening area, once you session has started if you leave you will not be allowed in
-no opening exit's allowing non screened or additional people in the arena


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