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Sep, 2021

COVID-19 Protocols- updated 9/6/2021

COVID-19 Protocols- updated 9/6/2021

  • To help slow the spread, it is suggested that all players, coaches & spectators should wear a mask when social distancing is not possible.
  • All players who are 12 & older & coaches, that have not been fully vaccinated, must show a covid negative test (either antigen or PCR will be accepted) conducted by medical personnel once a week. Test results must be submitted weekly to our coach coordinator no later than Saturdays at 10am. Results should be submitted via email to [email protected] a player or coach will not be at the game, they must still show a covid negative test once a week.
  • Screening for COVID-19 symptoms shall be conducted before players and coaches may participate in youth sports activities. Anyone with symptoms should not enter the premises or be allowed to participate.
  • All youth sporting events, including tournaments, practice games, scrimmages require strict adherence to ALL COVID-19 protocols.
    Players shall remain in a stable cohort in order to limit the risk of transmission.
  • The plan is focused on minimizing risk while still allowing for conditioning, skill and player development.
  • The best protection for our players and families is for parents to keep players and family members home if showing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

Social Distancing

  • Physical distancing is an infection control best practice that may be implemented as an additional safety layer to reduce the spread of COVID-19. During practices, encourage activities that do not involve sustained person-to-person contact between participants and/or coaching staff. Instead, consider focusing on skill-building activities.
  • Unnecessary physical contact, such as high fives, handshakes, fist bumps, or hugs shall be discouraged.
  • Physical distancing of at least 6 feet between each player and between players and coaches shall be encouraged when possible.
  • Observers are encouraged to wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking.

 

Equipment

  • Sharing equipment will be highly discouraged.
  • Sharing of baseballs while playing catch or fielding will be allowed.
  • Players keep equipment in their own bags or within bat racks or in hat racks.
  • Hand sanitizer shall be used by players periodically (before each session and when entering or exiting the field).

You can download a Reopening_YouthSports.pdf (lacounty.gov)

 

Protocol for Social Distancing - County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health

 

We also ask you to read and review the Reopening Social Distancing file provided by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.  You can download it here.

 

Reopening Protocol for Youth and Adult Recreational Sports Leagues - County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health

 

Please also review theReopening_YouthSports.pdf (lacounty.gov) protocol provided by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.   .

 

Updated 9/6/2021

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