The Halifax Regional Municipality is decreasing spectator capability at 5 rinks within the Halifax space in response to new COVID-19 gathering limits introduced by the province on Friday.
Indoor occasions run by a acknowledged enterprise or group can have 50 per cent of the venue’s capability to a most of 100 individuals with bodily distancing, down from 200.
The change comes into impact this Monday.
The next arenas shall be reducing their capability to 100 spectators:
BMO Rink D. Halifax Discussion board. RBC Rink C. Saint Margaret’s Centre – Fountain. Zatzman Sportsplex.
Different rinks staying at present capability
Eleven different rinks, together with the LeBrun Enviornment in Bedford, the Sackville Sports activities Stadium and Spryfield Enviornment, will proceed to restrict the variety of spectators to 50.
Different rinks sit both under or above that quantity, like Cole Harbour Place Scotia 2 with a restrict of 35 individuals, or Cole Harbour Place Scotia 1 with 85.
Teams renting the services proceed to be accountable for COVID-19 screening and monitoring of all spectators. No meals or drink is allowed, and masks should be worn always.
For a full record of enviornment capacities and COVID-19 rules go to the HRM web site.
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