UPDATE 11/15/20 8:30pm: As you are probably aware, Gov. Whitmer held a press conference this evening and announced a three week pause on certain activities in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
That pause begins on Wednesday, Nov. 18th.
As a result, KOHA activities scheduled for Monday (11/16) and Tuesday (11/17) will take place as scheduled, and all KOHA activities from Nov. 18th through (at least) Dec. 8th will be paused pending an update from the Governor.
IF A PERSON HAS BEEN TESTED FOR COVID AS A RESULT OF SYMPTOMS OR EXPOSURE - PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE RINK UNTIL THERE IS A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT RETURNED!
If you have any questions about KOHA's COVID19 policies, or need to report a positive test for a player or a player's immediate family member, please email us at COVID19@koha.com.
REMINDER: In the event that potential exposure notification emails need to be sent to specific teams (as per MAHA Return to Play Guidelines), that does NOT necessarily mean that practices/games are cancelled. In any instances where cancellations ARE required, that information would still be communicated to coaches and managers who would then communicate that to their team.
Please refer to MAHA's Return To Play Standards document (available on their website, linked below) regarding mask requirements.
Also below is the HCS Official Statement from Kalamazoo County Health Officer on Michigan Supreme Court Ruling and what that means for our county.
The document above will be continue to be updated as policies and protocols change.