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What Covid safety precautions are in place?

  • New hand-washing stations with soap and running water have been installed across the facility
  • Hand sanitizer present at all fields
  • Players will be spaced out in dugouts (additional benches on many fields)
  • Teams will limit shared equipment
  • Coaches will sanitize equipment after games
  • Bathrooms cleaned 2x weekly

 

Does Deep Run Valley Sports Association (DRVSA) have official Covid guidelines?

Yes (updated May 13, 2021)

http://www.drvsa.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/DRVSA-Indoor-Outdoor-Safety-Guidelines-Green.pdf

 

Will baseball / softball players and coaches be required to wear masks?

It is recommended that all non-vaccinated coaches and players wear masks in dugouts and when 3-foot distancing is not possible (ex. waiting in line at the batting cages, base coaches talking to players).  On the field during practices and games, masks will not be required.

Travel teams are required to follow the Covid rules of the facilities they visit.

 

How will these rules be enforced?

Honor system.

 

Will all sports at Deep Run be following the same Covid guidelines?

No, each sport has a governing body with it's own set of rules.  Little League has recommended that leagues follow state and local guidelines.  Therefore, we will be following DRVSA and local Bucks DOH guidelines as described above.

 

Someone in my immediate family has tested positive for Covid or been in close contact with someone who has tested positive.  When can my child return to play sports at Deep Run?

https://doh.sd.gov/COVID/Calculator/default.aspx

 

All families are reminded that they should be regularly checking for symptoms of Covid-19.  The most common signs and symptoms include fever greater than 100 degrees, cough, shortness of breath, headaches, body aches, fatigue, loss or altered sense of taste or smell, diarrhea, and runny nose / congestion.  Anyone experiencing any of these should stay home and consider contacting your medical provider.  It is vital that we do all we can to protect the safety of the Deep Run Community.

 

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