VACCINATION TRACKING, News (Sault Major Hockey)

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Submitted By Angel Barbisan on Thu 11 11, 21
In accordance to the NOHA Vaccination Policy all players (Born 2009 and earlier), coaches, coaching staff, time keepers, board members and volunteers must be fully vaccinated by November 22, 2021 (including the 14-day period after receiving their completed dose).

On November 23, 2021, any Affected Person not Fully Vaccinated (i.e.: including the 14-day period after receiving their completed dose) or has not been granted an accommodation in accordance with Section 7, will no longer be eligible to participate in any Sanctioned Activities (practices and/or games) until such time as they have presented satisfactory evidence that they have been Fully Vaccinated or been granted an accommodation.

Record Keeping

All Affected Persons need to provide proof to their Association designate who will record proof of vaccination.  In order to verify compliance, Sault Major is using Privit, a system that allows for vaccination tracking.  Using Privit, it will be the responsibility of the individual (or parent) to complete the required information and to upload their proof of vaccination, which will simplify the tracking process for our organization. There is a link specifically for players, and a separate link for all coaches and staff, timekeepers, volunteers and board members. 

An email has been sent to all players registered with Sault Major (born 2009 and earlier) with an instruction sheet. As well, one has been sent out to teams, and all volunteers. They are also available below. Please complete as directed. 

NOTE:  In order for the tracking to be complete, the COVID Vaccination Screen must be completed and the COVID Vaccination Record must be uploaded.

Any questions or concerns may be forwarded to  [email protected]

Coaches/Staff, Timekeepers, Volunteers, Executive:   Coaches_Staff_Timekeepers_Volunteers_-_Link_and_Instructions.pdf

Players:   Player_Vaccination_-_Link_and_Instructiions.pdf

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