COVID 19 Protocols, Fallfest Tournament, 2021-2022 (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

This Tournament is part of the 2021-2022 season, which is not set as the current season.
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Thank You for attending Fallfest and Welcome. 

Please not the following. 

The City of Kitchener will allow for people to enter facilities prior to game time but does not guarantee access to a dressing room until 30 minutes prior to game time.  There are not special limitations to spectators for COVID procedures. 

All Facilities in the City of Kitchener require the following. (Visiting teams are required to Actively Screen players. Active screening will be done by completing the City of Kitchener screening form with your attendees. Upon completion and submission, the form will act as proof of active screening and fill the role of contact tracing. Your team may fill the form out prior to EACH game/event. Included on the form are players, coaching staff, spectators and anyone else attending with your team.  Visiting teams will appoint a team representative who is required to submit the form and inform the City of Kitchener Ambassador that all people on the list are screened. The team representative will then identify anyone on the list to the ambassador so the ambassador can vaccine check them. Anyone not on the form or with the home team will be required to screen and contact trace once all team affiliated entrants are accounted for. By completing the form prior to each game it is meant to expedite entry for the teams. Please place a line through anyone that changed attendance status to absent last minute. Late additions will need to screen later with non team attendees.  Players will be allowed to enter according to current vaccination check requirements. (only those players 18 years and older) and proceed to the dressing room while coaching staff and spectators will still be required to display their proof of vaccination (12 years of age and older).  Teams not completing the form in advance and without a representative to identify those that have been screened, will need to complete a screening form at the same time as non team affiliated participants prior to entry, including players. This may cause delays in your entry time prior to games so please conduct yourself accordingly.) Each team is responsible to ensure that people failing the screening do not attend or are identified to the City of Kitchener Ambassador or a tournament convener. FIND THE DOCUMENT HERE

Please note Waterloo region still requires a mask to be worn at all time when in a municipal building unless you are a player or coach actively participating in the game or a practice for Hockey.  (Coaches are still required to wear their masks on the bench during games)