Updated COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
Please see the link below for the Sport and Recreation Branch COVID-19 FAQs. We understand the previous guidance on individuals who travelled to regions in the orange zones brought confusion and appreciate your patience as we continue to work with the Sport and Recreation Branch to get clarification. As the situation continues to evolve, further clarification will be sent to you as we receive it.
You will also note that the FAQs have been updated to reflect guidance for both the regions in Orange and Yellow zones. As such, edits or new information is no longer highlighted. We encourage you toplease review the whole document to make sure you are informed on the most recent guidance from Public Health NB.
Please don’t hesitate to contact your regional consultant if you have any questions.
SNB Framework of the return to competition
Please see the link below for version 1 of the Swimming NB Return to Competition Framework which is based on the best practices and recommendations for officials released by Swimming Canada. We invite you to share this document with your club’s organising committee and Officials Coordinator and contact the NB Officials Committee or the SNB office if you have any questions. We also inform you that to reduce the number of participants per meet and allow all swimmers registered for this season to compete, all clubs can host an unlimited number of in-house meets.
Also, we invite all the clubs that are going to organize meetings to send us their post-meet reports so that we can share it with all clubs and update our plan.
Registration Requirements for Swimming NB Coaches
We thank all coaches who are registered as of October 16, 2020 for their efforts in fulfilling the registration requirements of Swimming NB, Swimming Canada and the CSCA. We invite those who are not yet compliant to consult the link below or contact us for more information.