Below are guidelines of prevention strategies to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 as outlined by the Minnesota Department of Health, CDC, and governing bodies. This page will be updated as new guidelines are announced and/or changed.
AHA Hockey expects its participants to follow the guidelines set forth by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and its Guidance for Social Distancing, as well as local government officials in determining when, and how, it is appropriate to return to the rinks, including requirements or guidelines for physical distancing, size of gatherings or number of people permitted in a facility, or wearing masks, etc.
The information in this Preparedness Plan is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, AHA Hockey makes no representation and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information.
AHA Hockey has worked closely with each of the facilities where activities will be held. All facilities have committed to creating a safe environment for participants including precautions for entering and exiting the facility and sanitizing common areas frequently.
- A self-check should be performed by each participant prior to participation in AHA activities. This self-check should consider:
- Recent contact with infected person(s)
- Recent travel out of Minnesota
- Symptoms of Illness
- Anyone with symptoms of illness, have family members in their household with symptoms of illness, or have come in close contact with infected person(s) should stay home and follow CDC and Health Department rules and guidelines for self-quarantine.
- Masks are encouraged for vaccinated staff and/or patrons indoors.
- Masks are required for all unvaccinated staff and/or patrons indoors.
All Other Arenas:
- All COVID-19 guidelines have been lifted. Masks are recommended for people that have not been vaccinated yet.
If you or a player you know has tested positive for COVID-19 after participating in a recent AHA Hockey event, please notify us as soon as possible. Your cooperation allows us to properly notify affected parties of their potential exposure.
COVID-19 Notification Form
MN Department of Health COVID-19 Self-Check
MN Department of Health COVID-19 Sports Guidance
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Coronavirus Resource Page
Minnesota Hockey COVID-19 News & Resources
If you have any questions about the AHA Hockey COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, please contact our Plan Administrator via email at: email@example.com