Vaccination Update, News (Grand Valley Minor Hockey)

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Dec 17, 2021 | GVMH - Social Media Director | 708 views
Vaccination Update
Hello Grand Valley Minor Hockey Families,

Hello Grand Valley Minor Hockey Families,
We are continuing to monitor the changes with public health in-regards to vaccination policies. The province made an announcement with several updates relevant to settings where proof of vaccination is required. In brief, some of the updates include:
-Starting December 20, 2021, proof of vaccination will be required for youth aged 12-17 participating in organized sports
-Starting January 4th, 2022, person will be required to present a vaccine certificate with QR code (on a device or printed) so that is be checked using the Verify Ontario app
-Starting January 10th, 2022, persons with a medical exemption will be required to present a QR code to enter settings where proof is required (physician notes will no longer be accepted)

Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
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