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Jun, 2020

Covid-19 Requirements and Guidelines

South Sound Baseball Return to Play Guidelines


  1. Be Smart, If you are sick, please stay home. This applies to coaches, players, spectators, and parents. If you have been sick, please remain home until you have been symptom free for 14 days.

  2. Sanitize, please have players sanitize their hands upon arrival at the practice or game location.

  3. Maintain social distancing in the dugout as possible.  

  4. All activities must be limited to the max number allowed in the current county phase.

  5. No physical contact, high-fives, handshakes, or hugs are not permitted during this time.

  6. Masks are recommended while players are not in active play. Masks are also recommended for all spectators.

  7. Please remain in your vehicle for pick up/drop off. If you need to meet with a member of the coaching staff in person, please maintain a safe social distance.

  8. Please keep water bottles confined to your own space to avoid accidental contamination.

  9. Have fun! We are all working hard to keep everyone safe and do the best we can during this process. We appreciate your cooperation during this.


How will my workplace/business/organization be notified if an employee, student or someone

else connected tested positive for COVID-19? (COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department (updated 3/21/20)


Because of Washington State legal requirements for confidentiality, Public Health does not notify an

employer, business, or organization if there is a confirmed case of any infectious disease reported to us,

including COVID-19.


The process Public Health follows is:

  • If a case is laboratory confirmed, the lab will notify Public Health's Disease Control and Prevention staff.

  • Public Health contacts the confirmed COVID-19 individual and works with them to identify anyone they came in close contact (defined below) with. Public Health then contacts each of those individuals to notify them of potential exposure.

  • Public Health asks the confirmed COVID-19 individual to notify their employer, if they are in the

    Workforce, and notify Public Health when that has been done.


  • If the workplace is a school, Public Health staff will then work with the school to identify close contacts and determine next steps for the school.

  • If the workplace is an agency or organization, the agency or organization often contacts Public Health and works with us to determine next steps and to notify other employees or others who may have come in close contact.

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