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COVID-19 Protocols & Info

Click HERE for the Indiana Governor's Mask Mandate 

Avon Baseball Club Protocol - click HERE
Cheer Protocol - click HERE
Football Protocol - click HERE
Jr. Orioles Protocol - click HERE
Rec Baseball/Softball Protocol - click HERE
Volleyball Protocol - click HERE

For AJAA Safe Play Policy click HERE

For Parent Screening Guidance from the Hendricks County Health Dept click HERE
Why isolate? Click HERE for more info
Stop the spread; keep your family safe. For more info click HERE

Your positivity and flexibility at this time will be key to the success of our programs moving forward in this process. We may need to make modifications with our procedures but appreciate your understanding as we look forward to our fall season and offering our young athletes the opportunity to play sports

SELF CHECK DAILY QUESTIONNAIRE
1. In the last 72 hours have you had a fever or chills and/or taken medication for a fever? (If you are unsure, please utilize a thermometer for an accurate reading.  A temperature of 100.4 or higher constitutes a fever according to medical professionals).  If you have had a fever, have you been fever free for 24 hours?

2. Do you have symptoms concerning for COVID-19 such as a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat or loss of taste or smell?  

3.In the past 14 days have you been in close contact (was within 6 feet for longer than 15 min) with a person known/suspected to have COVID-19 and/or have you been diagnosed with COVID-19? 

 

PROCEDURE IN CASE OF POSITIVE COVID-19 TEST 
1. The individual should let the AJAA Office know immediately by calling 317.839.5480.

2. Teams/Individuals that may have been in contact with an individual awaiting test results or having positive tests results will be contacted regarding possible exposure. 

3. The Hendricks County Health Department will be contacted by AJAA for additional guidance.

FAQ's related to sports:

1. If a player has been tested and has COVID-19, they have to quarantine for 14 days, correct? This is not correct. If a person tests positive for COVID they are in isolation for 10 days from either test date or symptom onset. They also have to be 24 hours fever free (without medication) and symptoms improving.
a.Does the whole team have to quarantine too? This is where the importance of contact tracing comes into play. Anyone who is considered a close contact would have to quarantine for 14 days from their last exposure date. A close contact is anyone who was within 6ft for 15 minutes or more. Contact tracing would start 48 hours prior to the positive cases symptom onset or test date. Wearing a mask can lower your risk of exposure, we encourage them to be worn when social distancing cannot be maintained (bench, sidelines, etc.). However, if the 6ft social distance is not maintained, those people will be quarantined regardless if a mask was worn or not.  

2. If a player knowingly has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COIVD-19, that player should quarantine for 14 days, correct? Correct, from their last date of exposure.
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Then does that player’s whole team need to quarantine too?  No, unless that player who is in quarantine becomes positive. It goes by the positive case, so if the positive case did not have any contact to anyone else on the team, they would not need to quarantine.

3. A parent or family member of a player that lives in the same household as the player has tested positive for COVID-19, is the player still permitted to participate in their AJAA sport/program? No, the player would need to 
quarantine for 14 days from the last exposure to the infected family member. If the player can’t keep their separation from infected family member in the household they’re 14 days cannot start until the infected family member's 10th day of isolation.


If you have questions or would like additional information about Coronavirus or COVID-19, please call the Hendricks County Health Department at 317-745-9222. The Indiana State Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center may be reached at 877-826-0011 from 8 am to 5 pm daily.

Helpful Links: 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/quarantine.html

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/disposition-in-home-patients.html


Contact

Avon Junior Athletic Association
866 S County Rd 625 E 
Avon, Indiana 46123

Phone: 317-839-5480
Email: [email protected]

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