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Survey for GGHA Families
Submitted By Amanda Scott on Wednesday, November 25, 2020
While we remain in the provincial government orange level for COVID-19 control, we are making preparations in the event that we are moved to the more restrictive red level. 

Dear GGHA Families, 

While we remain in the provincial government orange level for COVID-19 control, we are making preparations in the event that we are moved to the more restrictive red level. 

The main impacts of our current protocols, would be a limit of 10 people on the ice (including staff) and no games. Practices would be allowed within the number limits. Restriction would presumably be in place for at least 28 days, but this restriction period could be longer.
 
Although we hope that we will not be moved into the red zone, we value our members input and feel it will be the primary driver of our planning strategy. Therefore, we have created a survey that will outline the possible outcomes of hockey in Level Red.  
 
Your answers are not absolute, we are using this tool to gauge peoples' likely interest level.  We will be conducting this survey over the next 24 hours for you to provide your feedback in that timeframe.

The survey period is now closed, thank you for those who participated in the survey. We will post the results and more information in the coming week ahead.

Thank you.


Amanda Scott,
GGHA Director Communications and Events

 
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