Reminder: Masks now Mandatory in the Clubhouse (with some exceptions)

Starting today (Friday), masks are mandatory (unless medically exempt) in the Clubhouse area of the Cornwall Curling Club, except when eating or drinking, or for children age 5 and under. Masks are not mandatory in the ice house.

Click for the PEI Government News Release on mandatory masks.

Here is our official release with the full details:

                 A Message from our ‘Return to Play Committee’ and Board of Directors

In order for the Cornwall Curling Club to remain in compliance with recently announced Public Health Guidelines regarding the mandatory use of non-medical masks, the following will be enacted effective 12:01 am Friday 20 November 2020:

The wearing of non-medical masks or face coverings will be mandatory in the clubhouse area of the Cornwall Curling Club except when eating or drinking in the lounge area. There will be further exemptions for very young children (5 and under), people who cannot wear masks for valid medical reasons.

Masks may be removed once curlers access the ice area but must be put back on when re-entering the Lounge area.

We ask for the cooperation of our membership and user groups as we strive to keep our communities safe and continue to enjoy the physical and mental health benefits of the sport we love. #keepcurling

                                                      Cornwall Curling Club

                                                     November, 18th 2020



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