Durham Region is Moving into Red-Control, News (Newcastle Village Minor Hockey Association)

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Durham Region is Moving into Red-Control
Submitted By Amanda Bongard on Saturday, November 21, 2020
What does this mean for hockey?

We are reviewing the OMHA guidelines for Red and waiting for the municipality to provide us with exact impacts.

However we do know that Red includes no games or scrimmages and a limit of 10 persons on ice. Once we receive all info and finalize details, we will communicate changes. Look for emails from coaches and/or team managers.

Important to note: This weekends games/ ice times are not impacted and will continue as planned.

We hope everyone stays safe and well.

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