YCRC Return To Play Protocol
The Yellowhead Centre will be following Manitoba Public Health Rules and Hockey Manitoba’s return to play protocols
The Yellowhead Centre is Following Manitoba Public Health Guidelines as well as Hockey Manitoba Return to Play Protocols.
Here are some of the general rules in the facility
- You must be fully vaccinated to enter both the hall and the arena
- You MUST provide proof of vaccination and must provide your ID, if not then you must leave the facility
- Spector’s 12 and older have to show proof of vaccination for Titans, Farmers, Tigers and Minor hockey games.
- Youth sport athletes under the age of 18 are exempted from having to vaccinated to participate in their sport
- ALWAYS wear your mask (even when sitting and watching Hockey/Figure skating)
- Social distance as much as possible
- We are 100% capacity (Arena and Hall)
- Sanitize/wash your hand as much as possible
Hockey Manitoba return to play
|Amendment – Hockey Manitoba Return to Play plan – Version 8 Hockey Manitoba has made an amendment to Version 8 of its Return to Play plan for the 2021 – 2022 season.|
On Page 10 of the previous Version 8 of Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play plan that was circulated to all members on Friday September 3, 2021, it stated that “Spectators permitted up to 50 per cent capacity or as per specific facility requirements.”
According to the province’s current Public Health Orders, there are currently no spectator capacity limits for indoor recreation and sporting facilities so this has been removed in the amended version.
Added to Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play plan – Version 8:
Spectators 18 years of age and older are required to show that they are fully immunized in order to attend a Hockey Manitoba/Hockey Canada sanctioned program/event in Manitoba.
Spectators that are under the age of 18 years old do not have to be fully immunized in order to attend a Hockey Manitoba/Hockey Canada sanctioned program/event in Manitoba but must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult (18 years of age and older).
Manitoba Public Health Rules