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How to Self-Isolate

How to Self-Monitor

Take Care of Yourself and Each Other

My Child Did Not Pass the COVID-19 Daily Screening. Now What?

Swim Ontario Screening and Positive Test Protocols

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Swim Ontario Incident & Injury Report

BTSC COVID-19 Preventative Best Practices and Education

This document is intended to support education related to COVID-19 for BTSC staff and members to support safe return to swimming practices.  This document is based on best practice recommendations and is not intended to replace public health recommendations.

BTSC staff and members can follow routine best practices to prevent the transmission of COVID 19 including:

  1. Avoid hugging, handshakes or high fives.  Please continue to support your teammates and our staff in other ways!
  2. Follow physical distancing guidelines of 2m.
  3. Avoid crowds, and don’t congregate or huddle together during training sessions or BTSC activities.
  4. Wear a mask or face covering when entering/exiting training facilities and if you are not able to ensure safe physical distancing.
  5. Follow BTSC return to training guidelines carefully.  These are meant to support our staff and athlete’s safety and to allow the Club to re-start training.
  6. Ask questions! Information related to COVID 19 has been changing rapidly over the past few months.  Your primary care provider (Doctor, Nurse Practitioner) is your best resource for questions you may have related to the COVID 19 virus.

If you suspect you have signs/symptoms of Covid 19:

  1. Do not attend BTSC work or training sessions.
  2. Self isolate (see attached public health guidance how to self monitor here).
  3. Self monitor for symptoms and practice physical distancing (refer to attached Public Health document here).
  4. Consult your primary care provider and/or obtain a Covid swab as recommended.
  5. Take care of yourself and each other here.


How to wash your hands: Public Health Hand washing poster