Arena Specator Policy, News (North London Nationals Hockey)

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Arena Specator Policy
Submitted By Andrea Maillet on Sunday, October 18, 2020
Starting Monday October 19th, the City of London will allow one parent/guardian per participant to stay and watch their child on the ice.  

There are a few important reminders that we have been asked by the city to highlight to all North London Nationals families.

Every parent/guardian that enters the arena is required to complete the City of London COVID Health assessment form. This form will be reviewed by city staff prior to allowing you to enter the arena. Players and coaches will check in using GLHA paper form or app. (Currently only MD teams are using the app, all teams will move to the app in week four). Parents can not use the app as a screening/check in tool. 

All players and spectators are asked to use the hand sanitizer at the entrance to the arena.

If you are assisting your child to get ready to go on the ice, we ask that you stay in the dressing room with your child until it is their ice time. Once the child goes onto the ice surface you may proceed to the designated viewing area and social distance from the others in that area.

If you are not assisting your child to get ready, we ask that you enter at the start of their ice time and go directly to the designated viewing area and social distance from the others in that area. 

At the conclusion of the ice time you are to leave the arena immediately.

No outside food or drink is permitted into the arena including coffee and tea

Masks are to be properly worn at all times while in the arena.

No gathering in the lobby or other common areas.

It is really important that we all work together to follow these rules and keep our communities safe and keep our kids  safely on the ice. 

Thank you to all the parents and players for your cooperation so far. We’re so happy to be back on the ice and we are looking forward to a successful season.

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