Health and Safety
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Players are expected to practice good hygiene habits and stay home if they are not feeling well. We remain committed to the safety and well-being of all our players and families. We will continue to respect the right of individuals to wear masks at any time.
COVID-19 GUIDELINES Fall/ Winter 2022
Quarantine is no longer required or recommended for players and staff regardless of vaccination status or where the exposure occurred. All exposed individuals may continue to attend programming as long as they remain asymptomatic.
Players and staff who test positive must isolate for at least 5 days. If they are asymptomatic or symptoms are resolving and they have been fever free, without the use of fever-reducing medicine for 24 hours, they may return to programming after Day 5 and should wear a mask (if event is indoors) through Day 10.
If the individual has a negative test on Day 5 or later, they do not need to mask.
If the individual is unable to mask, they may return to programming with a negative test on Day 5 or later.
Symptomatic individuals can remain in the program if they have mild symptoms, or a test is negative. Best practice would also include wearing a mask, if possible, until symptoms are fully resolved. For symptomatic individuals, DPH recommends a second test within 48 hours if the initial test is negative.
If the symptomatic individual cannot be tested immediately, they should be sent home and allowed to return to their program if symptoms remain mild and they test negative, or they have been fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication and their symptoms are resolving, or if a medical professional makes an alternative diagnosis. A negative test is strongly recommended for return.
- COVID-19 Symptoms for Child Care, K-12, OST, and Recreational Camps
- Fever (100.0° Fahrenheit or higher), chills, or shaking chills
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- New loss of taste or smell
- Muscle aches or body aches
- Cough (not due to other known cause, such as chronic cough)
- Sore throat, when in combination with other symptoms
- Nausea, vomiting, when in combination with other symptoms
- Headache, when in combination with other symptoms
- Fatigue, when in combination with other symptoms
- Nasal congestion or runny nose (not due to other known causes, such as allergies), when in combination with other symptoms
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