New covid restrictions come into place as of Friday December 17th at 9:000 am
Regular programing can remain as long as no more than 60 persons are on the ice.
Proof of vaccinations is still required for those 12 and older, both participants and spectators.
Spectators are limited to 50% of the facility’s capacity or 150 whichever is the lower number, with social distancing and masking required.
Facilities are able to adjust the numbers to a lower occupancy if they so please.
Ice Shows are considered performances. Many will be disappointed, but hopefully following the guidelines for a few weeks will give us the opportunity to stay on the ice in our regular programs.
COVID-19 UPDATE DECEMBER 13, 2021
Provincial government announced they would be making changes to the Nova Scotia Public Health Regulations that impact the Nova Scotia Sport Guidelines. These changes will come into effect as of 9:00 am Friday December 17, 2021 and will remain in place until reviewed in January 2022.
– gathering limits of 50 per cent of capacity to a maximum of 150 people indoors and 250 outdoors apply for sports events that are hosted by a recognized business or organization. Masking and distancing is required.
-a limit of 60 participants indoors and outdoors applies to sports practices, games, and regular league play; tournaments, and performances are not allowed; physical distance is not required, and masks are recommended when possible indoors and outdoors.
Travel for Sport Limitations still in place:
– children age 11 and younger continue to be restricted from entering Nova Scotia to participate in sports and from participating in them outside Nova Scotia.
There is no change in the requirement for proof of full vaccination for discretionary activities. It is still required for attendees and volunteers, even in places where gathering limits and physical distance will apply.
Nova Scotia coronavirus website: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/
For more information about COVID-19 testing and online booking, visit: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/symptoms-and-testing/