Déconfinement: the arenas don’t want to return back

Déconfinement: les arénas ne veulent pas de retour en arrière

SHERBROOKE – The government said from the beginning of the déconfinement, he will not hesitate to go back if the rules laid down are not met. It was demonstrated by restricting the activities in the bars, on Thursday.

And that is exactly what that want to avoid the skaters artistic and hockey players who are back on the ice for a few days.

After three and a half months of confinement, the skaters artistic and the hockey players are back in the arenas.

“My friends and I are happy to be able to skate,” said Anthony, in an interview with TVA News.

“I find it unfair that the arenas are closing because of people who don’t follow the instructions because we’re-the-fact’, expressed, for its part, Daphnée.

To avoid an outbreak of the COVID-19, Skate Québec imposes very strict measures. “At the entrance to the arena, wearing a mask is mandatory any time to athletes, coaches and parents.

“The young can pull that off while they skate and the call on leaving the rink, explained Marie-Christine Gendron Skating Sherbrooke. Also, coaches, we can’t go on the ice. We need to give the bench players.”

Schools hockey in summer stick to the guidelines of the public Health. For the moment, the port of the mask to the arena is not mandatory and coaches can go on the ice rink.

The managers of the arena are also making efforts. The Complex Thibault GM, an employee spends his time to disinfect the objects.

The last thing young people want is to be forced to store their equipment because of new containment.

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