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New indoor sport and recreation facilities rules for youth

Dec 06, 2021
written by: Tennis Manitoba
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As of December 6, 2021, youth aged 12 to 17 years attending indoor sport and recreational facilities must provide proof that they have received:

  • at least one dose of an approved vaccine, or

  • proof of a pharmacist-confirmed negative result from an approved rapid antigen test, from within the 72 hours before participation

It is the responsibility of the facility operator to ensure all other public health orders are followed.

In partnership with the Department of Sport, Culture, Heritage, as well as sport and education stakeholders, the Manitoba government has prepared guidance for facility operators, sports organizations, and schools to ensure they are in compliance with the public health orders.

For information on proof of vaccination, the scope of the orders, and how to collect and manage personal health information, visit:
https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/testing/testing-youth-indoor-sports.html

This information is also available in a fact sheet that can be downloaded or printed for those interested.

Recreation Manitoba has complied additional resources for sport on its website:

  • Sample of a negative rapid antigen test from a pharmacy
  • Sample of proof of a single dose record from Shared Health website
  • reference guide for COVID-19 screeners

-Sport Manitoba