Welcome to our COVID-19 resource page. You should be able to find all of the relevant information relating to safety precautions put in place for the tournament along with what we hope are some links to helpful outside resources to aid in navigating the pandemic.
Please keep in mind that the measures put in place and compliance with them are necessary in order for tournaments like ours to take place. Our primary goal is to provide a safe environment in which players can continue to enjoy and grow in the game.
If you have questions or need to report a positive test associated with the tournament, please contact Bill Esterly at email@example.com.
The safety measures outlined below will be in place for the duration of the Coppa Classico in order to ensure the safest possible conditions for players, spectators, coaches and officials. Please take time to review these measures in order to understand your responsibilities as a participant in the event. Everyone has a role to play in creating a safe environment for the players.
Players and Coaches
Tournament Game Adjusted Practices
Enhanced Safety Provisions:
Coppa Classico SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Confirmed Case Plan
When a player, coach, referee, spectator, tournament staff member or other individual attending the Coppa Classico receives a positive test result for SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19:
Per CDC guidelines, individuals completing a period of self-isolation after a positive test can return to team activities (trainings, games, meetings, etc.) when they have no fever, no symptoms, and receive two (2) negative tests in a row at least twenty-four (24) hours apart.
Anyone who has received a positive test result for infection by SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 prior to the start of the event must be symptom free for fourteen (14) days and receive two (2) negative tests in a row at least twenty-four (24) hours apart before participating in the Coppa Classico.
Purpose: To ensure the health and safety of all associated with the Coppa Classico and aid in breaking of transmission chains should a positive test result be reported.
All individuals attending the Coppa Classico are responsible for helping to maintain a safe environment and prevent transmission of illness at the event. Everyone should be aware of the most common symptoms of infection by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the most common symptoms for infection by SARS-CoV-2 (as of 8/15/2020) are:
Nobody experiencing symptoms suggestive of illness should participate in the Coppa Classico in any capacity.
Nobody who has been tested for infection by SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 and is awaiting a test result should participate in the Coppa Classico in any capacity.
Confirmation of Exposure
If the tournament staff is notified of an individual’s confirmed positive test result for SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19, the tournament staff will immediately take appropriate action to prevent transmission of the virus.
Confirmed Positive Test for Participant or Tournament Staff
Positive Test Result of a Parent, Household Member or Caregiver