Governor DeWine has announced guidelines for non-contact sports and skill training for all sports.
Skill training will be allowed to resume May 26th, but games and tournaments will not be reallowed to begin just yet.
Here are the guidelines for general non-contact sports:
For participants/spectators before, during and after events
- spectators must maintain six-foot social distancing
- Participants must conduct daily symptom assessments; if you experience symptoms, stay home
- No touch rule is in effect, all individuals must avoid physical contact with others
- Players must not share individual water bottles or other beverages
- No spitting at any time
- Teams and individuals must adjust rules to adhere to the requirements
- equipment and items related to the activity must be sanitized before, during and after every event. If equipment cannot be sanitized during the activity, only participants of a single team must use equipment and items related to the activity and opposing participants avoid touching that equipment
Here are the guidelines for skills training for all sports:
- Coaches should designate space for each player to maintain six foot spacing
- Parents/guardians remaining at the training facility should maintain six-foot social distancing practices. No additional spectators are permitted.
- No touch rule is in effect.
- Scrimmages and games are not permitted
- No congregation should occur before or after the training or practice session
- Coaches, players, parents/guardians must conduct symptom assessments before training sessions; if you experience symptoms, stay home
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