We have put together the following Wanless COVID-19 FAQs to assist our members in understanding the current guidelines of play at Wanless. These could be modified and adjusted as the season progresses and updates are potentially released from the City and the Province.
If this happens, you must (a) immediately inform the President or the Vice-President of the Club and (b) not visit the Club until you receive clearance to do so from a qualified medical professional or (c) fourteen (14) days after the cold or flu-like symptoms have completely gone away, whichever is later.
Yes. All Club Monitors on staff this season have been fully trained on the new City protocols; have to complete specific paperwork prior to each of their shifts, have been provided and have to wear Personal Protective Equipment (masks and gloves); have to keep paper and electronic records of member play for contact tracing; etc.
Monitors are responsible to check and validate that players going on court are identified as players having booked said court in GameTime, and have answered the pre-play COVID-19 screening questions. All Club Monitors sign-off on each of these tasks throughout their respective shifts.
No. The Clubhouse is not open at this time for members. Only the Clubhouse Monitors and the Instructors have access to the Clubhouse. Wanless has chosen to limit access to its Clubhouse to help manage contact tracing and physical protocols.
Yes. Please refer to the Booking Rules for ball machine hours. The rental will be for 55 minutes to allow the Club Monitor time to set-up the machine after completing the pre-screening of members. Payment for the ball machine will be done prior to playing by using the tap machine in the Clubhouse. When renting the ball machine, please be mindful of the fact that you are responsible for picking up all of the balls PRIOR to the end of your booking period.
If your booking is on the hour on courts 1, 2, or 3, arrive at the East gate on the hour. If your booking is on the half-hour on courts 4 or 5, arrive at the West gate on the half-hour. You will be asked to wait while the Club Monitor verifies your identity and asks the pre-play COVID-19 screening questions.
We have asked players to wait at the East gate (for access to courts #1, 2, or 3) and West gate (for access to courts #4 or 5) so that the Club Monitor is able to ask the pre-play COVID-19 screening questions, validate and confirm the identity of the players going on court to fulfill the contact tracing requirements set out by the City of Toronto protocols, and be the ones to handle the gate doors.
Yes. Non-members will be asked to sign a “Waiver and Declaration” in order to acknowledge the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and provide contact information to facilitate contact tracing protocols established by City of Toronto.
Yes. Guests will be asked to sign a “Waiver and Declaration” in order to acknowledge the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and provide contact information facilitate contact tracing protocols established by City of Toronto.
Each Instructor has been provided with their own teaching equipment materials including basket of balls, tubes, cones, etc. They are the only ones accessing them. Additionally, each Instructor has been trained and is fully versed with the City of Toronto protocols.