COVID Protocols at the Wilmot Recreation Complex (Wilmot Girls Hockey)

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COVID Protocols at the Wilmot Recreation Complex

**NEW:  
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As of December 20, 2021, all sports staff and participants 12 years and older, including parents and spectators, must provide proof of full vaccination (14 days after second dose) along with photo ID that includes birthdate, and complete a COVID screening when entering a recreation facility (http://www.wilmot.ca/covidscreening).

• As of January 4, 2022, everyone entering a facility where proof of vaccination is required must present an enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code. The QR code can be presented digitally (on your phone) or by printing a paper copy. The enhanced vaccine certificate can be downloaded at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/. 

• As of January 10, 2022, organizations and businesses that require proof of vaccination for entry, including the WRC, will no longer accept physician notes as proof of medical exemption.


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Details For Entry:

  • DO NOT attend the facility if you have any COVID symptoms.
  • Children under the age of 12 do not need to provide proof of vaccination.  Have a birth certificate on hand for those under 12 to prove age.
  • No exemptions will be allowed.
  • All attendees must successfully complete the COVID screening prior to coming to the facility and provide contact tracing information with the Wilmot Township link (http://www.wilmot.ca/covidscreening).
  • Inside, everyone must wear a face mask or face covering.
  • Violence and harassment are prohibited with possible Police contact for non-compliance.


Details For Teams:

  • All coaches and team staff are required to wear a face mask or face covering in all areas of the facilities including the dressing rooms, change rooms, and team benches.
  • Players can remove their face mask when putting on their helmet and will put on a face mask once the helmet is removed.
  • Dressing room access is 30 minutes before until 30 minutes after ice times. Shower use is now permitted (masks not required in the shower).
  • Follow the posted dressing room capacity limits. Use benches outside the dressing rooms for extra players and staff.
  • No warm-ups are allowed indoors or in the parking lot.
  • It is recommended that you arrive 35 minutes prior to ice time to allow 5 minutes for check-in as the checks are expected to take extra time.

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**NEW:

The Township of Wilmot is asking for your support in slowing the spread of the virus by considering additional safety measures as outlined below:

  • Reduce time spent in dressing rooms and lobbies – participants are encouraged to come dressed to play.
  • Consider having only one family member attend with children and youth.
  • Wear masks at all times including coaching staff, volunteers, parents, and athletes while not on the playing surface or bench.
  • Keep distanced wherever possible, do not congregate in lobbies or hallways and eliminate indoor team social activity.

FOOD & DRINKS: 
These measures are in place to ensure continuous mask wearing while in the recreation facilities.

  • Food service provision will cease effective December 24, 2021, until approximately January 28, 2022. Concessions and vending machines will no longer be available.
  • Avoid bringing outside food or beverages into the recreation facilities except for sport participants.



Due to the changing nature of COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, dates and program decisions are subject to change based on further direction and/or guidance from the Province and Public Health.




For full details please see the 2021_Ice_Rental_Guide-COVID.

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