ECB 'Return to Play' guidelines and road map have been published recently. See attached:
The ECB’s advice is that clubs use government and Public Health England’s guidance to inform their knowledge and the latest information is available on the links below. Please check this site daily because it is continually updated. At time of writing we are planning for the expectation that the 2021 season proceeds as near to normal as possible.
Further very useful information on Covid 19 guidance for club & educational settings
The club will follow the guidance provided by Public Health England with responses and future contingency planning in relation to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
What to do if you are concerned that you might be developing symptoms of the Covid-19
- If a player or member develops any signs of Covid-19 they must stay at home and refer to their own health service/government advice (NHS111 in the UK) for assessment
- Parents of the mini’s and youth section of the club must keep their child at home
- The club is unable to answer parents’ queries regarding whether their child should come to the club but if they are unwell parents are to the official government guidance on the Covid-19; it is parents’ responsibility to follow these guidelines if their child becomes unwell at home.
- Members with symptoms of Covid-19 must not return to the club without medical clearance to do so.
- Members and Parents of younger members are asked to notify the club without delay if their child is being tested for the Covid-19 or has come into direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed with the virus.
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