Town Recreational Facilities Closures

March 13, 2020

Please be advised that due to the cancellation of many sport organizations activities and in the best interest of public safety, the Eastlink Event Centre will close the arena to public access effective 4:30pm today, March 13th, 2020 until further notice. This includes the ice surface and the indoor walking track. The Box Office and Theatre will remain open. Council will continue to consult with Government Health officials and update the public should any further actions be required with regards to the theatre.

Also, Council has decided that in the best interest of the public and staff that the Bill Davis Chalet will be closed until further notice. All group functions previously scheduled at the Bill Davis Chalet will be cancelled effective 5pm, March 13th, 2020.

Council would like to remind residents to follow the Public Health Agency of Canada officials and public Health Officials from the Provincial Government recommendation (please see link below):

Individuals who have travelled outside of the country or attended a mass gathering event with international attendees in the 14 days prior to their return to Newfoundland and Labrador are asked to closely monitor their health and contact 811 if you develop fever, cough, or difficulty breathing.

Anyone who has been to the Hubei province of China, Iran, or Italy, or has been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or someone that is ill and has travelled to these areas, are asked to self-isolate (away from work and school) for 14 days from their last day in the region or their last contact with the affected person. They are asked to monitor themselves and their household contacts closely. Those in self-isolation should contact 811 to receive supporting health information from Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health.

These timelines apply to those newly arrived in the province and those who have already returned. Anyone who meets either of the above criteria who develops a fever, cough or difficulty breathing should call 811 to receive further information.

The Public Health Agency of Canada has identified affected areas of particular concern. For more information on a list of affected areas, visit:

Last modified: March 17, 2020

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