SMDHU Update effective Nov 25, 2021, News (South Muskoka Minor Hockey Association)

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Nov 25, 2021 | Shannon Zedic | 975 views
SMDHU Update effective Nov 25, 2021
Our health unit has made some new restrictions as our cases in Simcoe Muskoka are climbing, there are a few changes going forward- please read CAREFULLY:

IMMEDIATELY:
Red Badges are NO longer valid-
Everyone 18+ starting immediately need to provide proof of vax and ID- regardless of why they are in the arena (Playing/volunteer/spectating etc.)




Below is a list of what is now acceptable for 18+ ONLY:
Proof of VAX-
QR code
Hardcopy
Digital copy (On phone with watermarks)

Proof of ID-
Hard copy
 of government issued id only with name and DOB

Dec 8th, 2021 12-17 year olds:

To show proof of vax and ID regardless of why they are in the arena... 

 

Proof of Vax-

QR Code

Hard copy 

Digital copy on phone

 

Proof of ID- 

Government issued with name and DOB

Digital Copy on phone (THIS IS FOR THIS AGE GROUP ONLY)

Hard copy (includes a photocopy)


This has been confirmed by both Bracebridge and Gravenhurst arenas.


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