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To report a (close contact) case of Covid or any questions related to Covid, please contact Sue Ehman, Executive Director of Saline per email: [email protected] or phone: (734) 646-7202

COVID-19 Policy and guidelines

INDOOR COVID-19 POLICY & GUIDELINES

SALINE SCHOOL FACILITIES:

(Liberty School - Middle School - Washtenaw Christian Academy)

The Washtenaw County Health Department has provided some updated guidance that allows more flexibility as it relates to masking for indoor sports. As a result, effective November 1st, Saline Area Schools will not be requiring masks for indoor athletes while competing (in practice or in contests). Masks will be required at other times such as on the bench, in locker rooms, on busses, etc. In addition, masks are still required for all spectators. As this is a new development, we are still assessing whether there will be any required Covid testing associated with this new guidance.  More details will be provided directly to our athletes in the near future.

WIDEWORLD:

Participants

Prior to entering the training environment, un-vaccinated participants will be required to:

  • Take and pass an online Covid-19 screener.
  • Wear a face-covering mask on the way to, from, and on the field while playing.

Families

Families will be given advance notice of all procedural changes. As of now for all unvaccinated individuals they include:

  • Following all posted rules regarding pick up, drop off, and entering the facility
  • Wearing a face-covering mask on the way to, from, and while inside the building

TOTAL SPORT FACILITIES:

(Total Sport, Wixom - High Velocity, Canton - EMU, Ypsilanti - Legacy, Brighton)

Customers MUST:
  • Stay home if you are feeling ill
  • No one can arrive more than 10 minutes prior to the start of their event or practice. If they do they must remain outside of the building.  No one can congregate inside the building AT ANY TIME.
  • All organizations are required to have a full record of every participant (including non player) who will be utilizing the facility during their contracted time.
  • All Players must have a Total Sports Waiver on file.
  • All Players must wash/sanitize their hands frequently.
  • Bring your own water
  • We strongly suggest that spectators bring their own chair
  • Social distancing practices should be adhered to between individuals from different households
  • Please stay home if you, your child, or anyone in your household is feeling ill / showing symptoms.  This over abundance of caution will help all of us continue to enjoy the sport we all love to watch our children participate in.
  • Now is the time we need to all work together.

Covid recommendations by MSYSA (Michigan State Youth Soccer Association)

January 19, 2022

Michigan continues to see a surge of COVID transmission. The omicron variant appears to spread more easily than the original SARS-CoV-2 virus. The CDC expects that anyone with the omicron infection can spread the virus to others, even if they are vaccinated or do not have symptoms.

CDC is now providing advice about masks for people to learn more about what type of mask is right for them depending on their circumstances. Masking is one tool used for preventing the spread of COVID-19. CDC continues to recommend wearing a mask in public indoor settings of substantial or high community transmission, regardless of vaccination status. In areas with high numbers of COVID-19 cases, consider wearing a mask in crowded outdoor settings and for activities with close contact with others who are not fully vaccinated.

To limit the spread of COVID-19, MSYSA encourages participants, team officials, referees and/or spectators to monitor their health daily and be alert for COVID-19 symptoms. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. In addition, practice social distancing of 6 feet between people who do not live in your household when and where possible and maintain proper hygiene habits by washing hands often and covering coughs/sneezes. Those who contract COVID-19 should now isolate for at least five (5) full days, regardless of vaccination status. Please carefully read and review CDC’s Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines for detailed information.

In closing, MSYSA is not requiring athletes, team officials, referees, or spectators to wear facial coverings during MSYSA affiliated activities. However, according to CDC guidelines, participants should wear a mask for the 10 days following an exposure to COVID-19 (or for the 5 days following isolation) or are encouraged not to participate. Further guidance can be found in our return-to-play (RTP) chart. Please also be aware that indoor gyms and/or indoor facilities, etc., may be subject now, or in the future, to local health department (LHD) orders/requirements, or have masking policies of their own, that could potentially apply to participants, team officials, referees and/or spectators.

Please continue to monitor our website and/or social media platforms for updates.

Sincerely,

Thomas Faro, Executive Director MSYSA
(Michigan State Youth Soccer Association)

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