Halifax Stanfield International Airport:
1, 747 Bell Boulevard
Goffs , Nova Scotia
B2T 1K2 Canada
Airport transportation will be provided to and from the airport for all delegations staying in official hotels.
CHECK IN, ACCREDITATION & INSPECTION
Registration Check-In followed by Equipment Inspection is required by all archers, coaches and team managers on the first day of the championships prior to the start of competition.
Athlete Accreditation (Athlete numbers)
Athletes will receive an athlete number card which shall be proof of accreditation and must be worn visibly at all times while on the field of play. Athlete numbers will remain unchanged throughout the tournament.
Athlete Agent (Para)
Volunteers (local volunteers, spectators or chaperones) will be available to assist and act as a scoring agent as well as to assist with arrow retrieval. Athletes may have their own agent, and should identify them as such upon registration. The agents will be provided Field of Play accreditation.
HEALTH REGULATIONS (COVID-19)
Everybody should follow the Government/public health authorities measures
(national and sport-specific regulations) and be aware of the travel restrictions
- Check the current travel, testing and border requirements on the government of Canada website: http://www.travel.gc.ca/travel-covid
- For your information, Medical infrastructure/Hospital with proper care will be
reachable within 15 minutes from the venue, where COVID-19 test can be
Personal Hygiene and Health Advice
- Anyone due to participate in the event who is feeling ill should not attend.
- Participants (athlete, volunteer, official etc.) should proactively and regularly
monitor their health status (including taking their temperature and monitoring
for any symptoms).
- Stay home and self-isolate even with minor symptoms for 10 days or more depending on national protocols, when showing any symptoms (fever, tiredness, dry cough, headache, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, difficulty breathing).
- Contact a healthcare provider immediately if any respiratory illness is
- Masks to be worn at all times (transport, common area in the hotel, venue, training etc.), except on the shooting line.
- Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately and wash your hands.
- Avoid touching high-contact surfaces such as door handles, walls or
- Avoid crowded places.
- Avoid steam rooms or saunas.
- No spitting, as the main mode of transmission of the virus is in respiratory secretions.
- No handshakes, high fives and any other personal contact.
- Athletes should not share clothing, bar soap, sports equipment, water bottles or other personal items.
Transport & Accommodation
- Avoid using public transport to go to the hotel and between the hotel and the venue. Use the LOC Shuttles provided.
- Access to the venue might be revoked at any time in the event of a positive test, exposure or close contact.
- Limit contact/interactions with others.
- Handwashing/alcohol- based hand gel will be available at multiple locations in the event facility and accommodations.
- Regular toilet cleaning will be done (at least once per session).
- Trash bins will be available to dispose of used tissues and masks on transport to the venue, at the venue, and accommodations.
- The decision to allow spectators will be made 1 week prior to the event in accordance with current provincial and federal health guidelines.
- Medical personnel will be on site to assess on an as needed basis.
- An isolation room/space to hold any symptomatic person found at the venue will be available.
- Space on shooting line shall be 1.00 metre minimum per athlete.