Dodgeball Canada's Back-to-Play Action Plan
While Canadians across the country have either returned to physical activity or are starting to feel the pressure of COVID’s second wave, it is important to remember that while some provinces have eased up on restrictions for gathering, the threat of COVID-19 and transmission remain. Dodgeball Canada recommends that any league, clubs, programs, and organizers returning to activity should consult with their local, provincial, and national government health officials before returning to dodgeball.
The return to dodgeball must not compromise the health of individuals or communities and will require cooperation from everyone. This will be a slow and careful process that involves patience and flexibility. Further outbreaks of COVID-19 may result in a discontinuation of dodgeball activities.
Protocols and Safety Measures
Many sport and wellness organizations that are reopening their doors this summer have implemented protocols to help reduce the threat of transmission. Some of these, applicable to our dodgeball community include:
Provide Sanitizing Stations
Ensure Contact Tracing
Signage and Guidelines
Cleaning and Disinfection
For more information click the link to view Dodgeball Canada's Back-to-Play Action Plan.
For the latest guidelines and requirements, please visit your provincial or territorial government website.