Gananoque & TLTI Recreation Centre COVID-19 Arena Procedures, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Gananoque & TLTI Recreation Centre COVID-19 Arena Procedures
Submitted By Administration on Saturday, November 14, 2020
This information was shared to us by Kari Lambe, Manager of Community Services for The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque.


We recently had the following graphic shared with us as an example of how quickly COVID-19 can spread in a recreation facility.  The graphic demonstrates how one positive case of COVID-19 on an indoor sports team in Ottawa led to 60+ positive cases in 18 days.

The Gananoque & TLTI Recreation Centre Operating Protocols and Procedures have been developed in compliance with Provincial and Federal Regulations along with the recommendations of Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit in a best effort to limit the chance of transmission occurring within our facility.




This graphic reinforces the importance of following and supporting health and safety procedures. We all play an important role in the safety of our community and keeping the Gananoque & TLTI Recreation Centre a safe place to visit and participate in sport. 

Thank you to everyone who has been doing their part and please keep up the good work.  Stay safe!


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