Dec 17 Update
Dear CGSA Families,
We understand the frustration families are feeling around the stop and go that has been our indoor season so far and we want you to know we hear you and we feel it to. With the current COVID-19 protocols in place CGSA has had no choice but to pause the season a mere one week in. As of present, the season will be paused until the middle of January. We hope that we will be up and playing after this three week pause is over and that we will still get in an incredible season stretching out into March. Our goal is to have a CGSA indoor season, that is our hope and that is what we are working towards.
We want to thank you for your continued patience and grace during these unprecedented times and we look forward to getting all of our CGSA kids on the fields, as soon as it is safe and possible. We will continue to update you as more announcements come forward and this all unfolds. Please continue to follow our website at www.cgsa.ca and our facebook page at CGSA Community Grassroots Soccer Academy for more information as it becomes available.
COVID 19 - Response Plan
COVID-19 Designated Single Point of Contact (SPOC)
- The CGSA SPOC will be Les Barker, CGSA Co-Chair. You may reach out to him via email email@example.com
- Coaches, staff, officials, and families should self-report to the SPOC if:
- They have symptoms of COVID-19
- A positive test for COVID-19 is recorded, or
- Were exposed to someone with COVID-19 within the last 14 days.
How to Report
- When reporting to the SPOC you may email: firstname.lastname@example.org as well as via phone/text 780-297-6743 (this line will be monitored 1 time per day)
- If a coach notes a symptomatic player, they as well as the family should report this to SPOC.
- If an individual experiences symptoms or tests positive outside a soccer activity that individual or guardian should report this to SPOC. When reporting to SPOC:
- Please provide individuals full name, the symptoms if any, the date symptoms began and the date they tested positive if this is the case.
- Coaches, Staff, officials, players, and families must not attend a soccer activity if they are sick. They should notify the SPOC if someone becomes sick with COVID-19 Symptoms or has tested positive. In the event the individual becomes ill with covid-19 symptoms during an event they must immediately separate and isolate and follow health agency guidelines. Any individuals who have had close contact with a person who has symptoms should be separated and sent home as well
- Parents/Guardians of same household should be accessible on site or contacted easily by telephone to transport the sick individual. If an ambulance must be called for the player/coach/official, then please alert them that this person may have COVID-19
Clean & Disinfect
- Close off all stations/areas used by the sick person all equipment (cones, nets, balls etc.) used by sick person will be thoroughly disinfected.
Notify Local Health Authorities & Close Contacts
- In accordance with Federal, Provincial and territorial privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations, the SPOC will notify local health officials, Provincial and territorial associations, staff, officials and families immediately of any cases of COVID-19 while maintaining confidentiality in accordance to the applicable laws and regulations.
- The Contact tracing logs used may be requested by the provincial health authorities and the SPOC will be responsible to obtain this from the coach. Members in close contact must continue to monitor for symptoms and self-isolate.
Cancellation of Events/Games
- The CGSA Board or governing body association has the right to cancel any events related to soccer as it concerns the protection of its members, this may include training and games
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Stay healthy, active, and safe.