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Lakeville Soccer Club

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Return to Play Protocols

COVID-19 General Information
As a club, we are required to follow specific COVID-19 guidelines provided by the leagues in which we compete.  All LSC staff/members involved are expected to review and follow all protocols provided in the documentation below.  

Face Coverings
Lakeville Soccer Club will no longer require players and adults to wear face coverings when at LSC sponsored events. Players and staff may choose to wear a face covering at any time. Players and staff with COVID-19 symptoms, a positive test, or returning from quarantine/isolation are required to continue to wear a face covering per the District’s quarantine/isolation guidelines.

Quarantine (5 Days)
Players who test positive for COVID-19 should *isolate for 5 days. If they are asymptomatic or their symptoms are resolving (which means the athlete is without a fever for 24 hours without the use of medication and feels well) they may return to team activities after 5 days of isolation, but must wear a well-fitting facemask (face covering) to minimize the risk of infecting others for the next 5 days while at soccer events, no matter the club's face covering status. Athletes/staff cannot leave isolation early, even with a negative test.

Isolation keeps someone who is sick or tested positive for COVID-19 without symptoms away from others, even in their own home. (ref: CDC)

*Players/staff who are medically exempt or unable to wear a mask or face covering will need to isolate for 10 days rather than returning after five days. This is out of an abundance of caution because a player who is unable to mask for the required five additional days while at soccer may contribute to the transmission rate. This includes infants under age two, students in special education who cannot tolerate face coverings, and students who have medical face covering exemptions.

When Quarantine is not Required

 
Who: Players/staff who are fully vaccinated (up-to-date) and get exposed to a member of their household who gets COVID-19

Players who are exposed to someone in their household infected with COVID-19 and are fully vaccinated or have received their booster shot do not need to quarantine following an exposure, but must wear a well-fitting facemask for 10 days after the exposure while at soccer events, no matter the club's face covering status. For player/staff and their family members exposed, the CDC recommends everyone in the household test for COVID-19 at day 5 after exposure. If symptoms occur or the test is positive, students should immediately quarantine until a negative test confirms symptoms are not due to COVID-19.

*Players/staff who are medically exempt or unable to wear a mask or face covering will need to isolate for 10 days rather than continuing to come to soccer after an exposure. This is out of an abundance of caution because a player who is unable to mask for the required five additional days while at soccer may contribute to the transmission rate. This includes infants under age two, students in special education who cannot tolerate face coverings, and students who have medical face covering exemptions.

When Quarantine is Required (5 Days)

Who: Players/staff who are NOT vaccinated or NOT up-to-date on their vaccines and get exposed to a member of their household who gets COVID-19

Players/staff who are exposed to someone in their household infected with COVID-19 and are unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated, or haven't received their booster if eligible should *quarantine for 5 days and should wear a well-fitting facemask for an additional 5 days while back at soccer events, no matter the club's face covering status. Players/staff cannot leave quarantine early, even with a negative test. Unvaccinated/not boosted includes situations where the player/staff is more than six months out from their second Pfizer or Moderna vaccine dose or more than 2 months after the J&J vaccine. For players/staff and their family members exposed, the CDC recommends everyone in the household test for COVID-19 at day 5 after exposure. If symptoms occur or the test is positive, students should immediately quarantine until a negative test confirms symptoms are not due to COVID-19. 

Quarantine keeps someone who was in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 away from others. (ref: CDC)

*Players/staff who are medically exempt or unable to wear a mask or face covering will need to isolate for 10 days rather than returning five days after their exposure. This is out of an abundance of caution because a player/staff who is unable to mask for the required five additional days while at school may contribute to the transmission rate. This includes infants under age two, students in special education who cannot tolerate face coverings, and students who have medical face covering exemptions.

Lakeville Soccer Club - COVID-19 Waiver
Lakeville SC is requiring all participants fill out a waiver pertaining to COVID19.  Please CLICK HERE to download, sign, and return to the appropriate LSC Staff Member prior to participating in a Lakeville SC program.









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Lakeville Soccer Club

PO Box 160 
Lakeville, Minnesota 55044

Lakeville Soccer Club

PO Box 160 
Lakeville, Minnesota 55044

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