The ALA strongly encourages all members to be informed of the ALA Regulations, provincial government health measures, and the specific protocols for each individual facility throughout the province.
In the ALA Regulations (38 and 39) you will find a detailed description of the ALA Covid protocols and return to play guidelines.
Alberta Health Services has the the most current information related to COVID-19, including the latest Alberta public health actions.
Update from SPAR - January 27, 2022
Regarding the 5-day period where asymptomatic double-vaccinated individuals are able to be out in public.
Alberta Health has provided some clarity to this piece:
« No exceptions permitted; during sport, physical activity and recreation activities, at the grocery store, with another household, etc.
« It is recommended that Albertans continue to limit their contacts during this period as much as possible.
« These persons are required to mask at all times.
Public Health Order 02-2022 further states that; “none of the masking exceptions set out in any CMOH Order in effect applies to a person required to mask in accordance with this section”.
Updated Dec 12, 2021
As everyone is well aware by now, the provincial government announced new and temporary COVID-19 health measures on September 15, 2021. Alberta Lacrosse Association continues to monitor the situation to provide current and relevant guidance as they are announced.
It is important to note that as of November 15, the Alberta government began using a QR code for Alberta Covid Records as the only valid Alberta proof of vaccination accepted by businesses and facilities participating in the Restrictions Exemption Program.
Alberta Lacrosse Association supports the COVID-19 recommendations and guidelines of Health Canada, Alberta Health Services and the Government of Alberta.
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