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Important notice regarding proof of vaccination
Submitted By Jamie Campbell on Thursday, December 2, 2021
As of Dec. 8, 2021, any person 12 years (2009) and older will be required to show ID and proof of being fully vaccinated. 

Please complete the COVID-19 screening upon entering the Wasaga Stars arena.

It is advisable to carry your proof of double vaccination and a clear copy of your ID in the event you are requested to show proof upon entry to any centre. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 
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