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Spring 2022 COVID-19 Safety Protocols and
Return to Play Safety Plan
Boys and Girls Lacrosse (rev. 2/24/22)

 

Communication

TTLC has established a single point of communication for all COVID-19 related questions or issues at the email address COVID@truckeetribe.club. This address will be monitored by TTLC leadership so that any required next steps are handled quickly.

This Return to Play Safety Plan will be posted at www.TruckeeTribe.club for each of our constituents to review.

Current Sports Safety protocols will be posted to our website www.TruckeeTribe.club. 

All coaches, staff and volunteers will be educated on these protocols prior to the season via mandatory virtual meetings.  

General Requirements

Face coverings will not be required after February 15, 2022.

No sharing of drink bottles and other personal items and equipment.  

Positive Tests

  • Stay home (PDF) for at least 5 days.
  • Isolation can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic specimen* collected on day 5 or later tests negative.
  • If unable to test or choosing not to test, and symptoms are not present or are resolving, isolation can end after day 10.
  • If fever is present, isolation should be continued until fever resolves.
  • If symptoms, other than fever, are not resolving continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after day 10.
  • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see Section below on masking for additional information)

*Antigen test preferred.

Isolation and Quarantine

  • Unvaccinated; OR 
  • Vaccinated and booster-eligible but have not yet received their booster dose.**
    • Stay home (PDF) for at least 5 days, after your last contact with a person who has COVID-19.
    • Test on day 5.
    • Quarantine can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present and a diagnostic specimen collected on day 5 or later tests negative.
    • If unable to test or choosing not to test, and symptoms are not present, quarantine can end after day 10.
    • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see Section below on masking for additional information).
    • Strongly encouraged to get vaccinated or boosted.
    • If testing positive, follow isolation recommendations above.
    • If symptoms develop, test and stay home.
  • Vaccinated and Boosted.
    • No quarantine or Isolation required unless they are symptomatic.

 

Returning to Sports After Infection

  • No one with symptoms of COVID-19 or who is in isolation or quarantine for COVID-19 is permitted to attend practices or competitions.
  • Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should consult their physician for testing and notify their coach, athletic trainer and/or school administrator of their symptoms and test results.
  • Youths recovering from COVID-19 will have different paths to return to sports based on the severity of their illness. 
  • Isolation can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic specimen* collected on day 5 or later tests negative.
  • If unable to test or choosing not to test, and symptoms are not present or are resolving, isolation can end after day 10.
  • If fever is present, isolation should be continued until fever resolves.
  • If symptoms, other than fever, are not resolving continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after day 10.

Your Actions Save Lives

Protect yourself, family, friends and your community by following these prevention measures:

  • Slow the spread of Omicron: The emergence of the Omicron variant emphasizes the importance of taking prevention efforts needed to protect against COVID-19, including getting a vaccine or booster. For information on Omicron and other variants, see the CDPH variant webpage. For information on genetic sequencing, see the COVID-19 data chart.
  • Wear your mask: The requirement for mandatory indoor masking will expire after February 15, reverting to the previous guidance which requires masking for unvaccinated individuals in indoor settings and requires masking all individuals regardless of vaccination status in higher risk settings like public transit and congregate living.
  • Upgrade your mask: Good fit and filtration continue to be the best way to get the most out of your mask. The best masks for preventing COVID-19 include the N95, KN95 and KF94. If you don't have access to one of these masks, wear a surgical mask or a surgical mask with a cloth mask on top. If you choose a fabric mask, opt for one with three of more cloth layers. No matter what kind of mask you wear, check the fit by avoiding gaps above the nose or on the sides.
  • Get vaccinated for COVID-19 and flu: It's your turn now! It's recommended for everyone over six months of age to be vaccinated for the flu. For COVID-19, Californians age 5+ are eligible to make appointments or go to a walk-in site for vaccination. You can get your flu and COVID-19 vaccines on the same day.
  • Stay Home & Get Tested if Sick: If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches), or believe you have been exposed,  get tested, call your health care provider, and stay home and away from others. Free, confidential testing is available statewide. 
  • Isolation and Quarantine: CDPH updated guidance to align with the recommended isolation and quarantine timeframes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In this time of uncertainty due to Omicron, CDPH added additional testing recommendations to exit isolation and quarantine and improved masking measures to protect the health and well-being of all Californians.
  • Recommendations for K–12 Students: On January 12, CDPH updated its current contact-tracing strategy (i.e., identifying individual close contacts of someone with COVID-19) to include new guidance regarding quarantine.
  • Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Add your phone to the fight:  Sign up for COVID-19 exposure notifications from CA Notify. Also, individuals who test positive for COVID-19 – including those who test at home – are able to alert others of a potential exposure more quickly and conveniently. Individuals can now initiate the notification process as soon as they are aware of their positive test result. For more information, please visit the "Notify Others" page on CA Notify.
  • Answer the call or text if a contact tracer from the CA COVID Team or your local health department tries to connect.
  • Check with your local health department about local conditions. Local health jurisdictions can implement protocols that are stricter than state guidance.