- Cough or worsening chronic cough
- Shortness of breath
- Loss of sense of smell or taste
- Nausea and vomiting
KMHA will be using the same protocols at the school system. If a child has any of these symptoms that are not related to a pre-existing condition, such as allergies, then the child should stay home from school and monitor the symptom for 24 hours. If it gets worse, or other symptoms develop, then they should get a health assessment.
Any player who has been ordered to self isolate for 14 days due to possible exposure to COVID-19 will not be allowed to participate in any KMHA sanctioned event until the 14 day isolation period has expired
Safety Ambassador Roles
Each team must have a covid safety ambassador. At Rutland, Memorial and Prospera the ambassador is required to be there 15 minutes before the scheduled ice time and man the door until 15 minutes after the ice time begins. At Memorial and Rutland, the ambassador is responsible for ensuring that the sheets in the binders are signed by any parents who enter the arena. The ambassador is also responsible for keeping a list of the players attending that session. The ambassador is then responsible for ensuring that players and coaches leave within 10 minutes of the ice time ending, making sure they exit the facilities in the designated areas. Teams may use different people in this role on a rotational basis. Those keeping track of the players attending every session should then give those records to the team manager. They should keep those records for 30 days and be able to provide immediately them upon request. Once regular games begin for U11 and up, the tablets will provide the record of players in games. At CNC the door does not need to be manned as they have provided an employee to let people in. However, records still need to be kept as to who attends.