Updated October 2022
Updated Ottawa Shooting Stars COVID Policy
Below is the updated policy for the Ottawa Shooting Stars in relation to vaccinations, on-site policies and return to play protocols.
Proof of vaccination is no longer required in order to participate in any Ottawa Shooting Stars or programming.
Masks are no longer required for players, coaches or spectators.
Return to Play
Should a player, coach or other team volunteer test positive for COVID-19, the Ottawa Shooting Stars will be following the guidance of Ottawa Public Health. You can find the full guidelines here: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/information-for-those-who-test-positive-for-covid-19-and-high-risk-contacts.aspx
I have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive on a PCR or rapid antigen test
- HIGH RISK GROUPS: Isolate for 10 days from the date your symptoms started or the date of your positive test, if available (whichever is earlier) AND until your symptoms have been improving for 24 hours (or 48 hours if gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea) and you do not have a fever.
- OTHER INDIVIDUALS:
Isolate until symptoms have been improving for 24 hours (or 48 hours if gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea) and you do not have a fever.
OTHER INDIVIDUALS CONT’D
If you have a positive test result and no symptoms, you do not need to self-isolate unless symptoms develop, but you should follow the precautions below. If you develop symptoms, self-isolate immediately.
- For a total of 10 days after the start of symptoms (or date of positive test result, whichever is earlier), you should:
- Continue to wear a well-fitted mask in all public settings.
- Wear a mask as much as possible in public settings (including school and child care, unless under 2 years old (24 months)).
- You can participate in activities where a mask is worn but you should avoid non-essential activities where removing the mask would be necessary (e.g., dining out, playing a wind instrument, high contact sports where masks cannot be safely worn)