Information about curling activities, requirements, and protocols are posted here. This page will be updated as protocols change. Check back here often to stay up-to-date.

 


Club Protocols

The Cumberland Curling Club is committed to the health and well-being of our members playing our sport at the community level in a safe environment to the satisfaction of local and other applicable authorities. Please find below the document of protocols and regulations that will be in place for the start of the 2021 – 2022 season based on the current guidance of provincial and local authorities, and the curling governing bodies (CurlON and Curling Canada). These protocols and guidelines are subject to change at any time.

Based on the provincial vaccination passport requirement, the Cumberland Curling Club will require all eligible members, volunteers, and patrons to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 to be permitted to enter the Club (e.g., complete vaccination and at least 14 days have passed since they have received their last dose of a COVID-19 vaccine).

 

SELF-ASSESSMENT, SELF-SCREENING:

All persons entering the Club must self-screen and attest that they “pass” the screening upon entry (sign/complete the sign-in form). The screening questions are posted on the door of the Club. 

 

COMPLETE SELF-SCREENING (click for questions).

 

 

MEMBERS: Members will receive an email from “noreply@ontcurl.com” with the title “CurlON’s contact tracing APP”. This email will explain that we will be moving to a touchless app for contact tracing and signing in when you enter the Club instead of the sign-in sheets we have been using. This email will contain a personalized QR code that will be required for scanning at the club (either with your phones or printed on paper). You will need to save this email. 

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION: I want to travel outside the country. What should I do when I come back?
    1. ANSWER: You would be responsible to follow the guidelines that are in place by the government and local health authorities at the time.

Ottawa Public Health website: Sports, Recreation and Being Active During COVID-19

Curling Concierge Information

   The Concierge Checklist is available at the Club, and as a PDF online in the Members’ Area section.

 

Curling Traffic Flow

Return-To-Play traffic flow illustration

 

 

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