Fall 2022 COVID-19 Safety Protocols and
Return to Play Safety Plan
Boys and Girls Lacrosse (rev. 8/20/22)
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 www.TruckeeTribe.club
for each of our constituents to review.
All coaches, staff and volunteers will be educated on these protocols prior to the season via mandatory virtual meetings.
Masks are “strongly recommended” per CDPH but are not required; it’s your family's choice. We will not be enforcing or mandating masks at this time.
If your child has been infected with COVID-19, they are asked to mask indoors and around others for 10 days following symptom onset (or positive test if no symptoms). Exposed persons should mask for 10 days following an identified close contact with someone with COVID-19.
Players and Coaches, regardless of vaccination status, diagnosed with COVID-19 should:
Stay home for at least 5 days after the start of symptoms (or after the date of the first positive test if there are no symptoms).
Isolation can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present and the student has tested negative.
If unable to test, choosing not to test, or testing positive on day 5 or later, isolation can end after day 10 if fever-free for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medications.
If fever is present, isolation should be continued until 24 hours after the fever resolves.
Per CDPH masking guidance, infected students should wear a well-fitting mask around others for 10 days.
Players and Coaches, regardless of vaccination status, exposed to someone with COVID-19 should:
Test within 3-5 days after last exposure.
Per CDPH masking guidance, close contacts should wear a well-fitting mask around others for 10 days.
If symptoms develop, test and stay home.
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.
Isolation can end after day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic specimen*
collected on day 5 or later tests negative.
If unable to test or choosing not to test, and symptoms are not present or are resolving, isolation can end after day 10.
If fever is present, isolation should be continued until fever resolves.
If symptoms, other than fever, are not resolving continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after day 10.