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Here are the sanitary measures in effect at Montreal Kanreikai Karate dojo. – Updated on May 14, 2022.

  • Mask recommended – but not required
  • Students must wear their uniform before entering the dojo – Changing rooms closed
  • Students must wait outside, at the bottom of the stairs, before the beginning of the class (except for the first class of the day)
  • Hand disinfection upon entering the dojo
  • Limited number of personal effects: water bottle and small bag for equipment
  • 50-minute classes (45-minute for 6-7 years old; 30-minute for 4-5 years old kids)
  • No spectator during classes – A Zoom link is provided to view classes remotely
  • Limited number of students per class according to age and belt level – to facilitate physical distancing
    • Places reserved in advance – Same class(es), same day(s) every week
    • No make-up classes at the dojo; a missed class can be taken up remotely (Zoom link)
  • At the end of a class:
    • Parents must wait outside, at the bottom of the stairs
    • Hand disinfection by student before going out
    • A parent must be in sight before his/her child comes out
  • Frequent disinfection of premises, surfaces and equipments


  • A student must not come to the dojo if experiencing symptoms that may be related to those of Covid-19 or influenza (cough, fever, headache).
  • A student (or parent) must notify Montreal Kanreikai Karate’s staff if this student – or someone in his/her vicinity (family, school, work) – has tested positive for Covid-19. This student must not come to the dojo.

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