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When an athlete is diagnosed with COVID-19: 

  • Have the player stay home and isolate for 10 days.
  • If the infected player was in contact with their team within 48 hours of diagnosis (date of positive test or date of symptom onset) – whichever was earlier), notify the parents/guardians that “someone” on the team has tested positive for the virus (do not reveal name of infected individual). Outdoor soccer activities are considered low risk exposures and do not require quarantine unless >15 minutes of contact with the infected individual within 6 feet over 24 hours, or other special circumstances (ie, carpool, social or indoor exposure). Each player may choose to be tested for COVID-19 (especially non-vaccinated players). 
  • If the infected player played in a game with their team within 48 hours of diagnosis, Club COVID Contact must notify the opposing team immediately with suggestions as above.
  • Infected player cannot return to practice or games until they have written medical clearance from their physician.
  • Disinfectant all equipment.


When a coach has come in contact with or is infected with COVID-19: 

  • Get tested and stay home.
  • Contact your club immediately.
  • Inform the team – if you have maintained social distance from all your players,

       players do not necessarily need to get tested but it can be considered, as stated above.

  • Disinfect all equipment.


Tracyton Soccer Club
PO BOX 302 
Tracyton, Washington 98393

Email: [email protected]

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