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Montreal West Civic Recreation Association COVID19 Protocol - January 25, 2022

MWCRA

Update on Vaccine Passport March 14, 2022

The MWRA will no longer be requiring proof of vaccination for participants 13 or a mandatory health check.

COVID-19 SYSTEMS & PROCEDURES

Winter 2022

The following procedures and protocols have been developed with the safety of all MWCRA families and programs participants in mind. It is imperative that all participants read these protocols carefully and adhere to them strictly.

The ability of MWCRA to continue providing a safe programming is dependent on everyone following the “rules”. As health and safety is our main priority, any participant or family member who is caught deliberately violating these policies and protocols will be barred from further play with no refund granted.

 General

  • MWCRA requires attendance of each participant through Teamsnap. This point is extremely important as MWCRA must ensure proper records are maintained in case of exposure and contact tracing is required.
  • MWCRA requires all participants and coaches to complete the heath check in Teamsnap before arriving
  • All players, coaches & referees are to bring their own pre-filled, labelled water bottle. There is no sharing of water bottles under any circumstances.
  • All players, coaches, referees & volunteers must wear a face mask at all times, with the exception of players under 10 years of age.

 

COVID Protocols for all Members

  • The email address:infocra@mtlwestcra.ca is the point of contact for the following reasons:
    1. Questions from parents, referees, volunteers and members regarding our COVID protocols.
    2. For all parents with at even one of the following situations must contact the MWH administrator:
    3. A child whose parents have been contacted by Public Health because of COVID-19. The information provided by Public Health must be included in the email message.
    4. A place to request if a player/coach/volunteer can return to play, when the situation is unclear or has not been addressed in our protocols.
    5. All communication in regards to COVID-19 with MWH hockey will be kept strictly confidential. Our Hockey Committee will be made aware of questions or concerns and appropriate actions will take place when necessary. We will always respect the confidentiality of our hockey families.
  • COVID-SHAMING will not be tolerated. There is no stigma associated with COVID-19. At no time should a parent, volunteer or child be made to feel shame, fear or discomfort by other members of our association. Any instance of COVID-SHAMING will be dealt with in the same vein as bullying and racism.
  • Participation is dependent on the skater’s health status, as well as, the status of family members within the same household. In all cases where a family member, volunteer or a child has a question regarding protocol please email us at infocra@mtlwestcra.ca.
  • In all cases where a family member, volunteer or a child has a question regarding our COVID-19 protocols, please email us at infocra@mtlwestcra.ca

Symptoms                                      

Children age 6 months to 5 years

At least one of the following symptoms:

  • Fever of 38.5°C (101.3°F) and over (rectal temperature)
  • Cough (new or worsening), shortness of breath, trouble breathing

OR

  • Sore throat AND fever of 38.1°C (100.6°F) and over (rectal temperature)
  • Stomach pain, vomiting or diarrhea AND fever of 38.1°C (100.6°F) and over (rectal temperature)
  • Runny nose or nasal congestion (stuffy nose) for no known reason AND another symptom above

Children age 6–17 and adults

One of the following symptoms:

  • Fever of 38.1°C (100.6°F) and over (oral temperature)
  • Sudden loss of smell with no nasal congestion, with or without loss of taste
  • Cough (new or worsening)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Sore throat

At least two of the following symptoms:

  • Runny nose nasal congestion (stuffy nose) for no known reason
  • Head ache
  • Profound fatigue
  • Muscle aches (not related to physical exertion)
  • Significant loss of appetite
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Stomach ache
  • Diarrhea

Symptoms can be mild or more severe like those associated with pneumonia.

Their duration varies depending on the severity of the illness, but they generally disappear in less than 14 days. In severe cases, symptoms can last for over a month.

Instructions for people with COVID-19

If you test positive for COVID-19 (via a rapid test or NAAT) or have symptoms of COVID-19 and do not have access to a rapid test, you should self-isolate and follow the instructions below to prevent spreading COVID-19 to others.

Period of self-isolation

People age 12 and over who are fully vaccinated

Isolate for a minimum of 5 days from the onset of symptoms (or from the test date if you have no symptoms)

After 5 days of isolation, you can resume activities if symptoms improve and you have had no fever for at least 24 hours (without having taken fever medication).

For the next 5 days:

  • Wear a mask during any social interaction
  • Practise 2-metre physical distancing (if possible)

If symptoms or fever persist, continue isolation for an additional 5 days.

People age 12 and over who are not fully vaccinated

Isolate for 10 days from the onset of symptoms (or from the test date if you have no symptoms)

Children under age 12

The child must isolate for a minimum of 5 days from the onset of symptoms (or from the test date if they have no symptoms)

After 5 days of isolation, do a rapid test.

  • If the result is negative, the child may resume activities if symptoms improve and they have had no fever for at least 24 hours (without fever medication).
  • If the result is positive, the child must isolate for an additional 5 days.

However, for the next 5 days, the child must:

  • Wear a mask during any social interaction (except for children in preschool or daycare)
  • Practise 2-metre physical distancing (if possible)

Youth (21 and under) with special needs who cannot wear a mask

Isolate for a minimum of 5 days from the onset of symptoms (or from the test date if you have no symptoms)

After 5 days of isolation, do a rapid test (if possible).

  • If the test is negative, they can resume activities if symptoms improve and there has been no fever for at least 24 hours (without fever medication).
  • If the result is positive or if the person is unable to test, continue isolation for an additional 5 days.

For the next 5 days, maintain 2-metre physical distancing (if possible).

 

People who have been in contact with a case

People vaccinated or who have had COVID-19

For the 10 days following your last contact with the case, you have to:

  • Watch for symptoms
  • Avoid contact with vulnerable people
  • Wear a mask during all social interactions
  • Stay 2 metres away from others whenever possible

The recommendations must be followed unless otherwise advised by public health authorities.

If you develop symptoms, you must immediately self-isolate and follow the instructions on the page Instructions for people with COVID-19 symptoms.

If in doubt, call 1-877-644-4545. You can also contact the Info-Santé 811 hotline (24/7 phone consultation service) if you need advice about your health (e.g., if your symptoms persist).

 

Unvaccinated people who have never had COVID-19

If you have been in contact with a person who has COVID-19 and that person lives with you or is a sexual partner, it is recommended to:

  • Self-isolate at home for 5 days from the same isolation date as the case
  • Watch for symptoms
  • For the next 5 days you have to:
    • Watch for symptoms
    • Avoid contact with vulnerable people
    • Wear a mask during all social interactions
    • Stay 2 metres away from others whenever possible

There is no need to extend the isolation period if another member of your household becomes a case of COVID-19.

If you develop symptoms, you must begin a new period of isolation and follow the instructions indicated on the page Instructions for people with COVID-19 symptoms.

No document (e.g., certificate) or procedure is required after a self-isolation period. Once isolation is over, you can resume your activities if the other conditions are met.

High-risk contacts

  • People living under the same roof as a case

Instructions for people over 12 who are adequately vaccinated

  • It is recommend to Self-isolate at home for 5 days from the same date as the case
  • Watch for symptoms
  • If you have not developed symptoms after 5 days, you can stop self-isolating and for the next 5 days you should:
    • Watch for symptoms
    • Avoid contact with vulnerable people
    • Wear a mask during any social interaction
    • Practise 2-metre physical distancing (if possible)

Instructions for people age 12 and over who are not adequately vaccinated

  • Self-isolate at home for 10 days from the same date as the case
  • Watch for symptoms

Instructions for children under 12

  • Self-isolate at home for 5 days from the same date as the case
  • Watch for symptoms
  • After 5 days, resume normal activities following a negative rapid test
  • If the result is positive, follow the Instructions for people with COVID-19

 

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