Return to Play following Suspected or Diagnosed COVID-19 Infection
Players who have been told to quarantine due to an exposure at school, etc. should not attend training until they have gone through the Return to Play Protocols.
Symptomatic player/staff with a laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection:
*Loss of taste and smell may persist for weeks or months after recovery and need not delay the end of isolation
Player/staff with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection who have not had any symptoms (asymptomatic):
Player/staff with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 infection:
Return to Play following Exposure to a Suspected or Diagnosed Case of COVID-19
Any symptomatic player or staff member who has been exposed to an individual with a suspected or diagnosed case of COVID-19 (See exposure definitions above):
Quarantined individuals should be closely monitoring for symptom development and follow the recommendations for symptomatic individuals if they develop symptoms at any time. Otherwise, if still asymptomatic at the end of the quarantine period above, they can return to participation.