OHF Vaccination Policy for 2022/2023 Season, News (Coronation Minor Hockey)

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OHF Vaccination Policy for 2022/2023 Season
Submitted By Darcy Elliott on Mon 04 18, 22
The Ontario Hockey Federation’s Board of Directors have made the decision to remove the OHF COVID-19 Vaccination Policy (approvedOctober 12, 2021) for the 2022/2023 hockey season. 

The OHF would like to emphasize that all programs, regardless of level, are ultimately required to adhere to all public health, municipal and facility policies, and directives, if more restrictive than the current provincial guideline.Hockey operates within the larger community and as such restrictions may be imposed by various entities(ex. government, public health unit(s), facilities, municipalities, etc.)or the OHFitself.Regardless of this decision,it is still strongly encouraged to consider getting vaccinated.Finally, it should also be noted that the OHF continues to have a zero tolerance policy for any form of harassment or bullying as it relates to the personal choice of an individual.

Note: The OHF COVID-19 Vaccination Policy (approvedOctober 12, 2021) will remain in effect for the duration of the 2021-22 hockey season.
For additional information please refer to the OHF Bulletin 22-07 Vaccination Mandate for Remainder of 2021-22 Season.
The 2022-23 season begins with the start of spring evaluationsand spring non-traditional programming.
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