COVID-19 PROTOCOLS, News (Sault Major Hockey)

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Submitted By Angel Barbisan on Wed 02 02, 22
With the return to play, there have been questions regarding what actions must be taken when experiencing symptoms. Please see below for clarification

  • If a participant tests positive for COVID they must stay home for a minimum of 5 days. If after the 5 day quarantine they still have symptoms that have not improved in at least 24 hours they must stay home.
  • If a participant lives in a household and another resident of the household tests positive, they must stay home for the required 5 day quarantine and monitor for symptoms. If symptoms begin and a positive occurs, refer back to the previous step.
  • If a participant tests positive, and later a resident of the same household tests positive they must quarantine for 5 days from their own test date. They do not need to start a new 5 day quarantine after the 2nd household member tests positive.
  • This is all based on participants being double vaccinated.
  • The 10 quarantine rule is in effect if the participant or household member is not double vaccinated.
  • Players and participants are to screen before each event and are not to attend if they have symptoms. Players will not be penalized for missing games and practices due to COVID symptoms and quarantine.
  • If you are unable to attend school/work for failed COVID screening you are also unable to attend hockey.

Any questions please contact your League Director.

Thank you,

Valerie Leask
SMHA President

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