During the COVID-19 state of emergency period, Badminton Ontario will be operating on reduced hours. If needed, please contact via email.

ON Response Framework: breakdown for badminton clubs

ON Response Framework:
breakdown for badminton clubs

November 11, 2020

To help the badminton clubs better understand the framework, Badminton Ontario is posting the below infographic as an additional resource.  This was created in consultation of the MOH COVID-19 Response Framework (pg 14) as published by the Government of Ontario, along with O.Regs 363/20 (640/20), 364/20 (642/20), and 263/20 (641/20) released on November 6, 2020.

I’d like to highlight:  In addition to the provincial health measures, some municipalities and local medical officers of health have added their own regional restrictions or requirements. Please note that all club operators must independently identify the regional health authority in which they are located to determine which alert category they must operate under.  Clubs are advised to check their local public health unit or local municipality’s website for details.  Where there are regional restrictions or requirements, all provincial restrictions also apply.

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