COVID-19 POLICIES & PROCEDURES

CEVA will continue to gather as much practice-specific and tournament-specific information on the volleyball facilities' plans to ensure the safety and health of our teams. We will then make decisions accordingly and fluidly, month by month, week by week, sometimes day by day as things continue to evolve.  

To ALL CEVA PLAYERS and Parents, ANY changes in regards to a players health or safety should be immediately communicated to the club director and head coach. 

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CEVA COVID-19 POLICIES & PROCEDURES

To keep our players, coaches and their families safe, please adhere to the following:

  • Coaches sanitize all balls/equipment prior to, middle of, and at the end of every practice

  • Temperature checks of players and coaches before every practice and tournament o If a player/coach has a temperature of 100.4 or higher that player/coach will need to stay home. If the temperate is assessed at practice/a tournament the player must leave and the same expectations as above will apply

  • Players and coaches sanitize their hands prior to the start of and at the end of practices

  • Masks worn properly always

  • No spectators in attendance at practices

  • Social distance during water breaks

  • Bring personal water bottle with name on it  to every practice and tournament - Wash mask after every day of use

  • If a coach or player is displaying COVID-19 symptoms they must be tested and receive a negative test result before returning to practices/tournaments

CEVA also strongly suggests:

  • Keep personal sanitizer in volleyball backpack for all practices and tournaments

  • Sanitize during every water break

  • Social distance when eating and drinking at tournaments

  • Players and coaches avoid open gyms and high-risk activities/gatherings

  • COVID testing before and/or after attending tournaments

  • Avoid high fives and huddling

  • Walking around tournament venues minimized 

  • Staying in hotel rooms/lodging with 3 or less individuals per room and social distancing when traveling for tournaments

 

 

CEVA COVID-19 Communication Plan/Procedures:

 

This will be then communicated out to the parties listed below within that same day o To be eligible to return back to practices/tournament the coach or player needs to meet the criteria to discontinue home isolation and have consulted with a healthcare provider.

  • If a coach or player tests positive and was within close contact (Definition: Close contact is defined by CDC as someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period starting from 2 days before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 2 days prior to test specimen collection) until the time the patient is isolated.) of other players, coaches, parents, etc. that/those individual(s) will be mandated to self-quarantine for 14 days, or 10 days with negative COVID testing.

  • This same mandate is intact for coaches/players who come in close contact with someone outside of the club (family member/friend/coworker/etc.). The individual who was in close contact will be mandated to self-quarantine for 14 days, or 10 days with negative COVID testing.

  • If a coach or a player is a contact of a contact (example—a player is in close contact with a parent who tests positive...her teammates and coaches would be considered a contact of a contact) quarantine is not mandated for those who were in contact with that player, coach, etc. and practices/tournaments will continue on. 

    • Please communicate any changes in circumstance immediately to me and the head coach so we can make changes as needed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CEVA Commitment:

  • Remain aware of state and local guidelines and risks to maintain a safe environment for coaches and players

  • Continue to gather as much practice-specific and tournament-specific information on the hosts' plans to ensure the safety and health of our teams

  • Continue to make decisions fluidly, month by month, week by week, sometimes day by day as things continue to evolve

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