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Twin Rivers Curling Club now requires proof of vax

All curlers ages 12 and up must provide acceptable proof
Northland Power Curling Centre
Twin Rivers Curling Club continues to adjust to the pandemic.

NORTH BATTLEFORD - Twin Rivers Curling Club is now requiring proof of vaccination for all curlers.

The decision was made by the Twin Rivers board earlier this month. According to guidelines posted at their website, dated Oct. 3, the policy is in place until further notice and applies to all regular league curlers, substitutes and bonspiel participants at the Northland Power Curling Centre.

According to the curling club, all curlers ages 12 and up must provide acceptable proof of having received two doses of the Health Canada approved vaccines prior to beginning curling. If your second vaccination will not occur until after curling starts, you are encouraged to contact the curling club about discounting fees based on number of games missed. Appropriate measures will be in place to protect the privacy of peoples' vaccination status.  

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