Holiday & January Covid Shutdown, News (Ontario Royals)

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Holiday & January Covid Shutdown
Submitted By Matt Mills on Thu 12 23, 21
As we head into our scheduled “Holiday Break”, we have made the decision to keep our doors closed through the end of December in order to be cautious as Covid-19 case numbers continue to rise. 

We hope to re-open early in the new year and get all of our players some additional work over the holiday break.

UPDATE:  The Ontario Government has determined that athletic training facilities must remain closed until further notice – the Royals will communicate directly with players and families about remote programs that each team will run, as well as return to in-person plans when it’s time.

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