TD STATION AND THE CORONAVIRUS

TD STATION AND THE CORONAVIRUS

PLEASE USE ONLY RELIABLE SOURCES FOR YOUR INFORMATION!

Please visit the Province of New Brunswick WEB SITE for up to date information.

As of September 21st THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK has dictated that people 12 years and older will need to show proof of COVID-19 VACCINATION and personal ID to access certain businesses and events. This INCLUDES TD Station.

As of Sept 21st proof of full vaccination will be required for all who enter the arena for:

- Sea Dogs Hockey Games

- General Ice Rentals

- Outside Contrators

Everyone is STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to continue practicing SAFE HABITS:

The Health Authorities are promoting the 6 MAJOR STEPS in regards to dealing with personal hygiene and to minimalize the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

1. Continue to WEAR A MASK.

2. Continue to wash your hands and SANITIZE YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY.

3. Continue to Social Distance at the recomended 6 feet.

4. STAY HOME if you are sick.

5. Get a COVID Test if you have symptoms.

6. Get your full vaccinations.


Added precautions are:

A. Be vigilant around people who have recently travelled.

B. Do not visit people in hospitals or long term care facilities if you are sick.

 

Extra procedures:

- Staff will be addressed before every event to reiterate the program and the measures the facility is taking as well as the responsibility of each individual to protect themselves as well as the public.

- The Custodial Staff will have expanded duties especially in the frequency of disinfecting surfaces.

- More public notices will be posted promoting personal hygiene procedures throughout the arena.

- Hand Sanitizing locations are expanded with increased signage.

- We will be promoting the suggested PERSONAL HYGIENE message on our score clock video as well as all internal TV information boards and the outside marquee.

Staff will monitor the most current and reliable information that is provided by the Authorities (The Province of New Brunswick) and adapt and make changes as needed.

NEW PROVINCIAL HEALTH MANDATES

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