LASC Covid Requirements as Sept 20

LASC Members,

Thanks for your patience today as we worked with our partners and received direction heading into next week and the new provincial health measures. We will resume our regular practice schedule tomorrow, September 17.

As we have over the past 18 months, LASC continues to follow the rules and guidelines of our government, our facility and governing bodies.  The provincial health measures that begin on September 20 will require the following from LASC members.

From UofL Sport & Rec

Starting Monday, September 20, proof of vaccination or a negative rapid test (taken in the past 72 hours) will be required for any individuals and spectators above the age of 12 who want to access our facilities or programs. Those under age 12 would not need to provide proof of immunization or a negative test to enter our facilities. These COVID-19 Screening Measures also apply to parents and spectators accompanying an individual to a Horns Recreation program, as well as Horns Recreation user groups including schools and community organizations. 

Proof of vaccination can be shown via a QR code through the uLethbridge Safe App (for uLethbridge students, staff and faculty) or the Alberta MyHealth app (for community members). For those individuals unable to access a digital copy of their vaccination, paper copies of vaccination records will also be accepted.

Community members can access copies of their COVID-19 vaccination through the Alberta MyHealth Records portal where a printable card will be available starting Sunday, September 19.

Individuals providing proof of a negative rapid test taken within the past 72 hours are exempt from requiring proof of vaccination.

We regret if this impacts anyones ability to access our training facility and if so any related membership fees will be fully refunded. Please contact Sharon Fletcher ([email protected]) regarding membership or Peter ([email protected]) if you have any questions.

Please Read - Full U of L Sport & Rec Covid-19 Update - September 16, 2021

Thanks and stay well,

Peter Schori