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OVA Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At this time, there are no Ontario Regulations with regards to COVID-19.  The Ontario Volleyball Association has planned for a return to a regular season. 

If the situation changes and the Government imposes regulations, the OVA will communicate this information to membership and its implications on the sport of volleyball. 

With the situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) changing daily and rapidly, the OVA has created this hub to help communicate updated information to athletes, parents, coaches, referees and clubs as it relates to the implications and impacts to volleyball in Ontario.

As new information emerges, this page will be updated. Please bookmark this page or check frequently in one of the tiles below.

OVA COVID-19 Communications

Return to Play

Frequently Asked Questions

Event Updates

Athlete Development Updates

Referee Updates

Club Resources

Coaching Resources

Family Resources

Volleyball Canada COVID-19 Resources



Find Your PHU

If you don't know which Public Health Unit (PHU) your community is a part of, please click here to access the PHU Locator. The Locator contains the website and contact information of each PHU in the province.

Connect with OVA Staff

The OVA staff will be working from home. If you would like to get in contact with one of the OVA staff members, please send them an email instead of calling the office. Thank you for your cooperation.

Click here for the OVA staff directory.

  • If you are ill or are showing any symptoms, stay home
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (20 seconds) or alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Sneeze and cough into your sleeve
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick
  • Clean frequently touched items (Phones, door handles, windows, keys, remotes, etc.)
  •  Bring extra hand sanitizer (portable size bottles, wipes) with you if you decide to go out 
  • Wear a face mask if possible
  • Avoid sharing personal items and towels, water bottles, etc.