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COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS

The safety and health of our players, coaches, and community is our top priority. We have developed these protocols based on guidance from the CDC, state, county & local government officials as well as Little League International.

If a Player or Coach Develops Symptoms Associated with COVID-19:

They should test for COVID-19. Symptoms include: cough, fever, sore throat, congestion, difficulty breathing, vomitting, diarrhea, body aches and/or chills. 

If a player or coach develops symptoms, but test NEGATIVE, they may return to practice and play. 

If a Player or Coach Tests Positive for COVID-19: 

The family should notify their team Manager immediately. The team Manager must notifiy the team and the League's safety officer, Dr. Jason Huffman ([email protected]). The League will notify Buck County Department of Health of a positive case. Team practices/games with remaining players and coaches may continue following disclosure. 

The player or coach should isolate/quarantine until they have no symptoms, and either: 

- 5 days have passed since the symptom(s) onset or positive test date (Day 1) or, 
- they receive two negative COVID-19 tests in a row, at least 24 hours apart. 

Symptom onset or positive test date (Day 1) is the day of symptom onset or a positive test, whichever was earlier.  

After they return from isolation/quarantine, they are encouraged to wear a mask for 5 additional days (days 6-10). 

If a Player or Coach is Exposed to Someone Else Who Tests Positive for COVID-19:  

They may continue to practice and play so long as they do not develop symptoms associated with COVID-19.

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