Training Protocols – Covid-19

RETURN TO PLAY PROTOCOL

GENERAL:

  • If player has any cold symptoms, cough, shortness of breath, fever (100.0, do not attend sports)
  • If anybody in direct family has a fever (100.0), do not attend sports until everybody in the family has had no fever for at least 48 hours
  • If a family member has been diagnosed with COVID-19; quarantine for 14 days before attending sports
  • No physical contact (hand shaking / high fives)
  • There is at least 6 feet distance between players and coaches (and players amongst themselves as required by CDC)
  • There is no sharing of any personal equipment allowed
  • Bathroom use no more than 1 person at the time; sanitize hands and clean faucets after use. Minimize bathroom use.
  • Clearly mark bag for medication / epi-pen use if needed

PLAYERS:

  • Players remain in their cars until called onto the field by their coach or staff member
  • There is no spitting (either saliva or water) allowed on the field at any time
  • Wash your hands thoroughly before leaving home, sanitize hands again before and after entering and leaving the field
  • Come fully dressed and ready to play onto the field.
  • Do not touch any training equipment with hands (balls / cones / goals / etc)
  • Go to the bathroom before coming to the session to minimize bathroom use
  • There is no heading allowed
  • Players leave immediately after the end of the session, no congregating on the field or in the parking lot.
  • If you feel you would like to have your child wear a mask during training please first consult your physician. 

PARENTS:

  • Inform players about all applicable measurements and restrictions
  • Be familiar with facility check in procedures as described
  • Do not carpool players; only bring a player from your own household
  • No parents on sideline allowed
  • All parents stay in car for drop off and pick up, do not congregate in parking lot or on the field.
  • Do not drop off more than 10 minutes prior to session start
  • Be ready to pick up immediately at the end of the training session