COVID-19 Reporting Plan

Cape Coral Soccer Association COVID-19 Reporting Plan and return to play

 *Any Member of Cape Coral Soccer Association (includes all players, parents, coaches, staff, and volunteers) individual who tests positive or has symptoms consistent with COVID-19 has a duty to report to the Club. Report to either President Josh Bevington or Director of Soccer Operations Eddie Carmean. 

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CCSA Members who are tested for COVID-19 due to symptoms are infected and require isolation: 

*Isolation separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick* 

  1. Any individual (player, coach, staff or parent/guardian) who has tested positive for COVID-19 may not return to play or participate in any CCSA activities/events until the following criteria are met:
    1. At least 10 days since first symptoms
    2. At least 72 hours since improvement of respiratory symptoms
    3. At least 72 hours with no fever (and no fever reducing medications)
    4. At least 72 hours since resolution of other COVID symptoms
    5. Clearance by a healthcare provider before returning and/or participating in any/all CSSA events or activities.
  2. Any individual (player, coach, staff or parent/guardian) with negative COVID testing may not return to play or participate in any CCSA activities/events until the following criteria are met:
    1. At least 72 hours since improvement of respiratory symptoms
    2. At least 72 hours with no fever (and no fever reducing medications)
    3. At least 72 hours since resolution of other COVID symptoms

*CCSA will immediately notify staff and CCSA members who may have been exposed to any lab confirmed case of COVID-19 (and will cooperate with local health officials as applicable). Health confidentiality prohibits the disclosure of personal details, as CCSA is complying with local and state privacy and confidentiality laws, as well as with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

CCSA Members who are tested for COVID-19 but have no symptoms:

  1. Any individual (player, coach, staff or parent/guardian) with positive COVID testing may not return to play or participate in any CCSA activities/events until the following criteria are met:
    1. 10 days of home monitoring for symptoms
    2. Clearance by a healthcare provider for return to play

Any asymptomatic CCSA Member who has been exposed to an individual with a suspected or diagnosed case of COVID-19, In this case, exposure means any one of the following:

  • Caring for a person with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection.
  • Living in the same household as an individual with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection.
  • Being within 6 feet of an individual with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection for around 10 minutes or more.
  • OR: coming in direct contact with secretions from an individual with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection (being coughed on, sneezed on or sharing a water bottle or other item).
  • Any staff, volunteer, player, coach or parent/guardian reporting or demonstrating symptoms of illness at any point may not return to play or participate in any CCSA activities/events and must seek guidance from his or her physician before returning to training.
  1. Will be restricted from participation and may not return to play or participate in any CCSA activities/events for at least 7 days and monitored for any symptoms consistent with infection.
    1. If asymptomatic after 7 days since last exposure, the player, coach, staff member, or volunteer can return to participation or work.