COVID-19 Guidelines and Requirements

UpdatedThursday February 18, 2021 byAmy Ray.

 

NBYAA COVID Regulations 

Below are the NBYAA COVID regulations and guidelines for the 2021 season.

 

Players

 

  • Face coverings that cover the nose and mouth are required while inside the dugout. 

  • Use of face covering is encouraged but not required for players on the field. 

  • Equipment- No sharing! Players must provide their own equipment (helmet, bat, glove).

  • Players should bring their own water bottles- No sharing allowed!

  • Masks will not be provided by the league. 


 

Coaches/Umpires

  • Face coverings are required for coaches while in the dugout and when 6 feet social distancing can not be maintained on the field. 

  • Masks will not be provided by the league. 

  • Umpires are required to wear masks.


 

Fans and Family 

  • There will be a maximum occupancy of 100 people per field- this does not include coaches, players or volunteers. 

  • Players and families are strongly encouraged to leave the field immediately following their games and practices in order to limit interactions. 

  • Face coverings are encouraged for all families and fans when social distancing cannot be maintained. 

  • Bleachers and stands will be closed until further notice. Stands/bleachers could open upon further evaluation. 

  • Fans should limit interaction with non-family members. 

 

Covid-19 Guidance 

  • Each team will receive a bottle of hand sanitizer to use throughout the season. 

 

  • If a player or someone in the immediate household test positive for Covid-19 the player should not attend any practices or games until completing the current CDC quarantine guidelines found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus 

  • Parents/guardians of any player that: 1) tests positive for COVID-19; 2) shows any symptoms of COVID-19; 3) has been notified of close contact with a person who has tested positive COVID-19, are required to immediately inform their player’s coach and/or a NBYAA board member @ NBYAAboard@gmail.com

  • The NBYAA is a group of volunteers, not health professionals, who are trying to give the kids an opportunity to play baseball and softball this spring. 

  • All of these COVID guidelines are subject to change with or without notice based on further recommendations from federal, state, and local health officials.

 

 

We look forward to fun & exciting spring season.

 

Thank You,

NBYAA Board