YMCA of Fredericton Coronavirus Update: March 16, 2020

Temporary Full Facility Closure The YMCA of Fredericton’s main priority is the health of our staff, members and the broader community.  As a socially responsible community organization, we feel it is important to help with our Community’s efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.

2020-10-26T19:10:22+00:00March 16th, 2020|

YMCA of Fredericton Coronavirus Update: March 15, 2020

The health of our staff, members and the broader community is our priority.  We are following the advice of Public Health Agencies and announce the following update that will take effect immediately. All registered programs, including youth, swim lessons and adult registered programs will end for the Winter Session effective today, March 15th.  Program specific assessment information will be sent to parents from their respective department managers in the upcoming days. For the next fourteen (14) days, we will have a modified Group Fitness Schedule.  While we work to confirm this schedule, Group Fitness Classes will be postponed until Tuesday, March 17th.  A modified schedule will be released Monday evening, March 16th.

2020-10-26T19:13:07+00:00March 15th, 2020|

YMCA of Fredericton Coronavirus Update: March 13, 2020

The YMCA of Fredericton is ready to respond in alignment with the information and guidance from Health Canada and supporting agencies. The YMCA is currently taking steps both in terms of prevention (ie hygiene and housekeeping practices), preparedness and our response in the event of an outbreak. We have a number of systems, policies and activities that occur on a daily basis in our ongoing effort to keep our community safe and to react if needed.

2020-10-26T19:15:22+00:00March 13th, 2020|

YMCA of Fredericton Coronavirus Update: March 9, 2020

You may have heard through the news or social media about Coronavirus (COVID-19), which is raising health concerns across the globe. Although a small number of confirmed or presumptive cases of the virus have been identified in this country, Health Canada, the New Brunswick Department of Health and other agencies have stated that the risk to Canadians remains low. This outbreak is being closely monitored by all relevant agencies in our province and federally.

2020-10-26T19:17:55+00:00March 9th, 2020|
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