Stage Orange Update, News (Thorold Amateur Athletic Association)

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Stage Orange Update
Submitted By Social Media on Sunday, November 15, 2020
While Niagara moves into Stage Orange, the City of Thorold advises there is no change to the status of spectators in the arena for the time being.   




As the number of positive COVID cases increase in Niagara, we remind all TAAA members to:
-stay at home if you have ANY symptoms
-stay home if a member of your household is going for testing OR is waiting for results
-maintain social distancing on benches, in dressing rooms and as spectators
-wear a mask when you don’t have your helmet on
-frequently wash your hands, or use hand sanitizer
-fill water bottles at home-not bring beverages to the arena (other than water bottles for players)

We will communicate any changes in policy as they become available from the City.  Please stay safe and healthy HAWKS




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