The Truckee Tribe Lacrosse Club runs Boys and Girls youth lacrosse programs in Truckee, California.

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Fall 2021 COVID-19 Safety Protocols and

Return to Play Safety Plan

Boys and Girls Lacrosse (rev. 8/23/21)



  • TTLC has established a single point of communication for all COVID-19 related questions or issues at the email address This address will be monitored by TTLC leadership so that any required next steps are handled quickly.

  • This Return to Play Safety Plan will be posted at for each of our constituents to review.

  • Current Sports Safety protocols will be posted to our website 

  • All coaches, staff and volunteers will be educated on these protocols prior to the season via mandatory virtual meetings.  

  • If your child is 12 or older. we strongly encourage you to get the vaccine. It will shorten quarantine time and help to keep teams playing.

General Requirements

  • Face coverings to be worn when not participating in the activity (e.g., on the sidelines) by all unvaccinated players and coaches.

  • No sharing of drink bottles and other personal items and equipment.  

Positive Tests

  • If a coach, manager, or player tests positive for COVID-19, or if a household member of a coach, manager, or player of the same team tests positive for COVID-19, or if a player, coach, or team staff member becomes sick with COVID-19 and exhibits symptoms, they will  notify  TTLC at, fill in the Infectious Disease Reporting Form and follow the Isolation and Quarantine information below.

Isolation and Quarantine

  • All symptomatic athletes and staff must remain in isolation until test results are available, and repeat testing should be considered if initial testing is negative and symptoms continue and are consistent with COVID-19 symptoms.

  • All athletes and staff who test positive or are clinically diagnosed with COVID-19 disease must isolate: 

    • For 10 days after symptoms first appeared (or 10 days after specimen collection for their first positive test), AND

    • At least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without use of fever-reducing medications), AND

    • Other symptoms have improved.

  • Individuals who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 but never develop symptoms, may return to play 10 days after the date of specimen collection for their first positive test for SARS-CoV-2. 

  • Individuals identified as close contacts (within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes) must follow state and local public health directives or orders for quarantine, regardless of the frequency of testing for those in the cohort or footprint. Close contacts must quarantine for 10 days after the last exposure.

  • Due to the nature of athletic participation, TTLC will take steps to assist with the contact tracing process including, but not limited to, film review of practice, if available, and extended assessment of contact associated with athletic participation so that all athlete contacts can be identified.

Returning to Sports After Infection

  • No one with symptoms of COVID-19 or who is in isolation or quarantine for COVID-19 is permitted to attend practices or competitions.

  • Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should consult their physician for testing and notify their coach, athletic trainer and/or school administrator of their symptoms and test results.

  • Youths recovering from COVID-19 will have different paths to return to sports based on the severity of their illness.