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COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Last updated: Aug 25, 2021

Contact: safety@phantomlacrosse.org for questions, clarification, or comments

MASKING:

Based on Alameda County Department of Public Health, the CDC, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations we are STRONGLY ENCOURAGING players to wear masks during practices.  This is independent of their vaccination status.  In an effort to help keep your children safe, all of our coaching staff will wear masks at all times during practices and clinics.  We will be closely monitoring COVID-19 numbers and will make changes to this policy as needed.

 

SYMPTOM CHECKER: 

We will be asking parents to complete and submit the symptom checker prior to any practice or clinic.  If you are not cleared to bring your player to the event please inform the Safety Officer by sending a message to the email below.  They will help determine the next steps regarding getting your player back to the field.  Additionally, if any family members or household contacts is exhibiting any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 or tests positive for COVID-19, even if asymptomatic, the player should be held out of ALL practices and clinics until the CDC recommended isolation of quarantine period has expired.2

 

POSSIBLE EXPOSURES:

In addition to the symptom checker, if the club is notified of any player and/or coach who develops signs/symptoms of COVID-19 and/or tests positive we will follow the recommended contact tracing to inform families and help determine the next steps based on the current guidelines.1

 

 

If you have any questions please email them to safety@phantomslacrosse.org. (Current Safety Officer is Coach Chris who is a Board Certified General/Trauma Surgeon).

 

References:

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: COVID 19 Testing Guidance
  2. American Academy of Pediatrics: COVID 19 Interim Guidance: Return to Sports and Physical Activity
  3. CA Department of Public Health: Face Covering Q&A
  4. Alameda County Department of Public Health: When you need to wear a mask