SPRING BLING AT THE CHAIN OF LAKES TITUSVILLE COME WATCH THE COLLEGE TEAMS PLAY AT THE SAME COMPLEX

CHAIN OF LAKES COMPLEX

TITUSVILLE, Florida

Dates: 2020-03-14 thru 2020-03-14
Ages: 8U-18U

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Status: On Schedule

 

Status: On Schedule

 

THE COUNTY HAS JUST NOTIFIED ME THAT THEY HAVE JUST CLOSED THE FIELDS AND WE WILL NOT HAVE A TOURNAMENT THIS COMING WEEKEND  SORRY FOR ANY INCONVIENCE THIS HAS CAUSED

NSA is immediately instituting a voluntary “no-contact, no-handshake policy” until further notice. This includes all physical contact and extends to customary game-related activities, such as pre-game coaches’ handshakes, umpire-coach introductions, and post-game handshakes between members of opposing teams. If you feel it is in the best interest of your team then staff, players and coaches should use verbal queues, such as saying “good game,” without shaking hands, high-fiving or fist-bumping. Please let the opposing coach know at the plate meeting if you are going to use this voluntary action so the players aren't surprised at the end of the game.

 

Maintain Good Hygiene Practices

 

All NSA employees, membership and participants in NSA-sanctioned events should be aware of the coronavirus risk and take the necessary precautions to avoid exposure to germs. This includes maintaining good hygiene practices. We strongly recommend the following:

 

  • Wash your hands often, using soap and water for at least 20 seconds each time
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol; this is suggested after any physical contact with another person or with a shared surface
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Cover your mouth and nose – with a tissue, if possible – when coughing or sneezing, then properly discard the tissue in the trash
  • Avoid close contact with anyone else who is coughing or sneezing or who is otherwise sick
  • Clean or disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces 

 

Advice from the CDC

 

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has a specific Q&A regarding the virus in children:

 

Q: Are children more susceptible to the virus that causes COVID-19 compared with the general population and how can infection be prevented?
A: No, there is no evidence that children are more susceptible...

 

- see here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/children-faq.html

 

THANK YOU JOHN NSA 

 


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