If a team has a reported positive COVID case by a player or coach, the Risk and Safety Director needs to be notified immediately by the team representative for each positive case. The team representative is responsible for notifying the team and any other teams impacted because of a shared ice or a game.
Information to include in the email are date of contagious stage, last interaction the individual had with the team. Risk and Safety will notify the team and the ice scheduler when they are eligible to return.
Sports teams and recreational facilities are required to immediately notify Ottawa Public Health (OPH) when they become aware of two or more people who test positive for COVID-19 within a 14-day period in their team/facility, by using the COVID-19 Community Reporting Tool.
Please review the City of Ottawa's Information for those who have symptoms, test positive for COVID-19 and high risk contacts, including isolation periods.
Carleton U will require youth eligible for vaccination to be fully vaccinated to enter their facilities by March 14th, 2022 until at least the end of the school year. The CUScreen form still needs to be completed and a mask needs to be worn within the facility, unless actively participating on the ice. CUScreen (also require vaccine receipts for eligible recipients)
A mask is recommended, but not required in an arena. If OPH has notified you that your player has been exposed to a positive case, regardless if you get a negative test completed, if OPH says the player needs to isolate for a certain period of time, they cannot come to hockey or any hockey related activity.
The OWHA has posted a bulletin on April 10th pertaining to vaccination statuses and requirements. For now, there is no requirement for additional vaccines, but this could change at any time and if your player is not fully vaccinated, they will become ineligible to play, even after registration.