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Reminder: Infection control and social distancing measures are still in effect
Submitted By Mark Holmes on Wednesday, October 21, 2020
This is another reminder that there are behaviours that need to be followed during this COVID19 pandemic. Regardless of your view of the pandemic, the rules outlined by the EECC and the Southwest Public Health have been clearly outlined and need to be followed.




The EECC recently reported another incident of players spitting on the benches. It is obvious that we are still in a pandemic. This behaviour is not permitted and will be strictly enforced.

We are all aware that the COVID19 virus is transmitted through droplets, and can remain on surfaces for some time. As such, the discharging of saliva in any way either through spitting or rinsing of a player's mouth will not be tolerated. Please consider the risk factors present for a staff member at the complex that has to clean up someone else's mess. 

The coaches of the teams involved in this most recent incident have been notified and instructed to let their players know that their ice time privileges have been suspended by the EECC until Monday November 2, 2020.

This should serve as a notice to all players and families, that we need to be on our best behaviour if we are to continue to have ice time privileges at the EECC. The behaviours of a few, cannot jeopardize the opportunities given to the rest of our families.

Thank you all for understanding, and your efforts thus far.


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