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Reminders When Visiting City of London Rinks
Submitted By claudia santagapita-Speiran on Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Important reminders as it relates to the City of London arena policies: 

(from Mike Vandertuin: Supervisor Allocation and Sports Services for the City of London)



-City of London Health assessments are required for all parents/guardians that enter our arenas. The app that some associations have available DOES NOT apply to parents/guardians so we therefore require the form to be filled out and brought each time you visit an arena. Please have the completed form ready in order to speed up the process and reduce congestion at the arena entrance. 

-Hand sanitizing is required at entry, and is provided in the front entrance by the screener. If you choose to use your own sanitizer please use this in the presence of the screener so they don’t again ask you to comply.

-Viewing needs to occur in the designated viewing areas only.  This has been designed to ensure that we avoid congestion in the lobby and surrounding areas, as well will assist in the management of the cleaning and disinfecting efforts. 

-When in the arena , is it important that all adhere to the Middlesex London Health Unit requirements of wearing a mask and keeping a 2 meter distance from everyone around you.

-No food or drink can be taken into the arena.

-There are no in and out privileges. If you are dropping off someone and somebody else is coming to pick them up please let our screener know at the front entrance so that we can allow that person to enter. We are tracking people in the building as we have strict capacity limits and once we reach those numbers nobody else will be permitted to enter for that particular ice time. 

We would like to thank everyone for your compliance to the above rules. Those found not complying with above rules will be given one warning, subsequently will be asked to leave the arena if refusing to comply.  We all need to work together to ensure that we provide a safe environment. 
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