Prince George Ringette Association COVID–19 Information February 19, 2022 Update

In these unprecedented times, we are looking to keep our players, teams and families informed. Information relating to COVID-19 and PG Ringette will be posted to the website and emailed to the membership. Gina Layte Liston is our current COVID Board member responsible for COVID-19 health and safety and can answer questions you may have.

Here is what the PG Ringette Association is following for guidance during this time:

  • BC Ringette- COVID-19 Updates to February 18, 2022
  • viaSport Return to Sport Update- February 17, 2022
  • Provincial Health Officer Provincial Wide Restrictions to February 17, 2022.

The Provincial Health Orders as of February 17, 2022

Ringette BC updates

Here is what you need to know when the players, volunteers and spectators come to the rink:

For access into the City of Prince George Arenas

For access into Rolling Mix Concrete Arena, the side entrance must be used.

For entry into the Kin arenas, please see graphic below:

Health Assessments

All volunteers and spectators must complete the Prince George Ringette Online Health Assessment. form before attending any of the PGRA booked ice times. This form can be used for more than one related person in a family unit, please list all those attending (not for players).

All players and non-players on a TeamSnap roster need to complete their availability and health check on TeamSnap.

COVID-19 Protocols

It is asked that everyone self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 as expected prior to attending any Prince George Ringette Association (PGRA) activity and to not attend if any symptoms are present.

Unless you/your child are directed otherwise, please continue to attend Prince George Ringette Association activities. Monitor your/your child for COVID-19 symptoms daily and use the Attendance and Health Check function in TeamSnap or as a spectator or volunteer, please use the online link Prince George Ringette Health Check Form for volunteers and spectatorsIf you/your child have any of the COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home.  These include: Difficulty breathing, fever/chills, headache, sore throat, cough, severe chest pains, extreme fatigue, loss of sense of smell or taste, loss of appetite, body aches, nausea or vomiting. Please also remember to follow all of the current public health orders to limit spread of COVID-19 in the community.

Ringette BC’s COVID-19 Illness Policy Ringette BC 1.19-Illess-Policy-Nov-9-update.pdf