Covid-19 Safety Guideline for Aikido Training – Updated June 11, 2021
Toronto entered Step One of the Province’s Roadmap to Reopen on June 11.
Our outdoor weapons training has started again following the rules and guidelines by the Province and the City of Toronto.
Online (tai jutsu) classes for adults, youths and children will continue till further notice.
Safety guideline for Outdoor non-contact weapons training in the park
– Stay home if feeling unwell
– Maximum of 10 students in one group
– Wear a face mask*
– No physical contact. Keep 2 meter/6 feet physical distancing* unless your practice partner is from the same household
– Each individual train in a designated area
– No kiai shouting
– No sharing of weapons and other equipment
– If anyone feels sick or trouble breathing during practice, report to the instructor immediately
*The City’s mask bylaws and physical distancing bylaws remain in effect.
Please take the self-screening questions before coming to the park.
<COVID-19 Self Screening Question*>
If you answer NO to all the following questions, you may attend the class today.
- Have you had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 without wearing appropriate PPE?
- Have you travelled internationally or outside of Ontario in the past 14 days?
- Do you have any of the following new or worsening symptoms or signs?
(If you have an existing health condition that gives you the symptoms you should not answer YES unless the symptom is new, different or getting worse. Look for changes from your normal symptoms.)
(1) Fever or Chills
(3) Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
(4) Sore throat, trouble swallowing
(5) Runny/stuffy nose
(6) Decrease or loss of taste or smell
(7) Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
(8) Not feeling well, extreme tiredness, sore muscles