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SCSL COVID-19 Policies

1) Assumption of risk

- SCSL is taking precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, but we cannot eliminate it. Participation in SCSL activities assumes a risk of COVID-19 transmission.

- If you have underlying health conditions that place you at elevated risk from COVID-19, or you are not comfortable with the possibility of contracting COVID-19, do not participate in a SCSL event.

2) Pre-screening

- If anyone in your family group answers "Yes" to any of the 5 pre-screening questions (click to read), do not attend a SCSL event.

3) Crowd management

- Please reduce the number of people attending SCSL events. 

- Teams and families must sit 10 or more feet from the field. 

- Please maintain social distancing of at least six feet between family groups. 

- Please keep any children who are not playing with you at all times. Do not allow children to roam the property. 

- Non-vaccinated players do not need to wear masks because SCSL follows U.S. Soccer's guidelines regarding pre-screening and social distancing.   

4) Quarantine

- Any volunteer or player who has potentially been exposed to COVID-19 should refrain from attending a SCSL event for at least fourteen (14) days after the contact.  

- A team may continue to hold practices and participate in games as long as the potentially exposed volunteer or player does not attend. 

- If a player or volunteer tests positive for COVID-19, the team will stop practices and will not participate in games until fourteen (14) days have passed since the last time the individual participated in a team event. (Note: if the individual came to a team event and was turned away at the beginning due to failure to pass the 5 pre-screening questions, that does not count as participation.)

- Volunteers or players who have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 do not need to quarantine as long as they do not develop new symptoms. 

5) Updates 

These policies may not always match the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Virginia Department of Health . In the event of a mismatch between SCSL policies and CDC/VDH guidance, the most recent guidance from the CDC/VDH shall take precedence. 
 




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