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Current rules about covid-19 in the curling hall

Health is important. Yours and ours. Therefore, we comply with government-imposed hygiene rules throughout the whole ice rink to prevent coronavirus transmission. So we still work and you can play curling with us!

 

VALID FROM FEBRUARY 10th 2022:

  • Keep your mouth and nose covered with a respirator or face shield in all indoor areas. The exception is if you are playing on the ice or consuming refreshments.
  • We no longer require proof of infection-free status to enter the arena.

 

VALID UNTIL FEBRUARY 9th 2022:

  • Keep your mouth and nose covered with a respirator or face shield in all indoor areas. The exception is if you are playing on the ice or consuming refreshments.
  • Carry proof of vaccination (at least 14 days after the second dose) or proof of having received covid-19 (up to 180 days after a positive test). We will be checking these upon entry and unfortunately will not allow you into the hall without them.
  • Contraindicated adults may have a doctor's note. Bring a negative PCR test (no older than 72 hours) with it.
  • If you have had your first dose of vaccinations, you may also bring a negative PCR test (no older than 72 hours).
  • Proof of infection-free status does not apply to children under 12 years of age.
  • Children aged 13 to 18 years can prove themselves with a negative PCR test (no older than 72 hours).
  • If you show clinical signs of covid-19 disease, it is best to stay home. We will have to ban you from entering.
  • Keep at least 1.5 metres apart unless you are from the same household or are students of the same school or supervisors. This does not apply when playing on the ice.

Thank you for respecting all regulations. Only due to this we will be able to keep our hall open!

We look forward to you.