Shoal Lake Communiplex COVID-19 Protocol
With the COVID-19 Pandemic and current public health orders the Shoal Lake Communiplex is implementing the following precautionary protocols and procedures to provide a safe “return to play” for all participants and staff.
General Facility Protocol
All staff members and visitors (participants, officials, spectators, etc.) must use the Province of Manitoba Online Screening Tool https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool to pre-screen before coming to the facility.
User Groups, Communication Officers, coaches/ contacts will be responsible to self-assess, assess and pre-screen all of their participants prior to entering the facility. They must keep a copy of all participants with name, phone numbers, e-mail address and proof of having been pre-screened for each of their ice times for a minimum of 21 days or a full incubation period.
All adults (18 and up) entering the facility must present proof of vaccination and picture ID.
For ticketed events spectators 12 and up must present proof of vaccination and ID to watch the event.
All staff, volunteers, user groups, patrons and spectators entering Shoal Lake Communiplex are required to wear a mask at all time while being in the facility (which includes dressing rooms), except while eating or drinking.
Everyone entering and exiting the facility should use the provided hand sanitizer when they enter the facility.
Participants will only be able to access the facility 60 minutes prior to their allocated ice time. Please follow posted signs and social distancing requirements (2 metres/ 6 feet apart).
User Groups, Communication Officers, coaches/ contacts will be responsible to direct the participants to vacate the facility within 30 after their allocated ice time.
All visitors must follow posted signs and social distancing requirements (2 metres/ 6 feet apart).
Please do not come to The Communiplex if you or anyone in your family
- are feeling sick,
- has come into contact with someone who is confirmed to have COVID – 19,
- has been in contact with someone who has laboratory exposure while working directly with COVID – 19 specimens, and/or
- has difficulty breathing or shortness of breath when at rest or lying down.
Shoal Lake Communiplex is not responsible for any fines incurred by users or spectators for not following the Manitoba Health Restoring Safe Services guidelines/Public Orders as well as the Return to Play guidelines provided by the User Group’s provincial sport body (if applicable).