Alliance Hockey Vaccination Statement, News (Sarnia Hockey)

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Alliance Hockey Vaccination Statement
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Saturday, August 28, 2021
Team ALLIANCE let’s do our part!

The priority of ALLIANCE Hockey is the health and safety of our hockey community which includes all players, coaches, officials, volunteers, staff, families, and fans.Looking ahead to the upcoming season, the OHF requests that all eligible players, coaches, officials, volunteers, staff, families, and fans consider getting vaccinated for COVID-19 as guided by information from health officials including Health Canada and Public Health Ontario.

The benefits of vaccination:

Vaccination not only provides greater protection to the participant and the broader community, but also serves as an important step in getting our youth back to the activities that are vital to their growth and development - including the physical activity and friendships associated with hockey.

There are additional benefits of being fully vaccinated, including less disruption for you and your family:
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Fully vaccinated individuals who are considered high-risk contacts and are asymptomatic (without symptoms) are NOT required to self-isolate. This means that if there was a case of COVID-19 associated with a school or hockey team, participants who are fully vaccinated and not experiencing symptoms may continue to attend school/play hockey, and parents or family members who are fully vaccinated would not need to isolate if there was a case associated with their child’s hockey team.
Note: this guidance may change if new variants are circulating for which the vaccine does not provide good protection.
Note: Some private workplaces may have varying rules and policies for employees that have a high-risk exposure. i.e. Individuals must report high-risk exposure to their employer and follow any workplace restrictions.

How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment (ontario.ca)

ALLIANCE Hockey is continuing to prepare our protocols for the Return to Hockey which are put in place to keep participants as safe as possible. Players U12-U18, and other members including coaches, officials, volunteers, families, and fans can do your part by getting your vaccination.

Team ALLIANCE let’s do our part to help us all return to the game we love! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

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