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HRBBA Covid-19 Policies and Procedures

Hopkins Royals Boys Basketball Association (HRBBA)    

 

2020/21 COVID-19 Policy 

 

If a player exhibits any of the current list of COVID symptoms they are not allowed to participate in HRBBA activities until one of the following things happen

  • Negative COVID test result
  • Fever free without medicine for 72 hours
  • Absence of other identified symptoms, without medicine, for 48 hours

 

If a player tests positive for the virus or is told they have the virus by a Dr., they must stay away from HRBBA activities for a minimum of 14 days. They also must meet the above criteria of freedom from symptoms.

 

If a member of the player’s household exhibits symptoms, the player is not allowed to participate in HRBBA activities until that family member meets the following criteria.

  • Negative COVID test result
  • Fever free without medicine for 72 hours
  • Absence of other identified symptoms, without medicine, for 48 hours

 

If a member of the player’s household tests positive for the virus or is told they have the virus by a Dr, the player is not allowed to participate in HRBBA activities for a minimum of 14 days. They also must meet the above criteria of freedom from symptoms.

 

If the player or a member of their household knows or believes they have been in proximity of someone who has symptoms, or tests positive but they don’t live in the same household, the player is allowed to participate in HRBBA activities until/unless one of the above situations happens. Families may choose to limit the player’s involvement in this situation.

 

Exposure Communication

If the player or a member of their household knows or believes they have been exposed to COVID-19 and/or is determined to have a positive test for the virus or is told they have the virus by a Dr., the player’s parent or guardian must immediately communicate this to their player’s head coach and Tony Corwin, HRBBA president.

 

Season Cancellation or Postponement Policy

Should a player or a member of their household has been determined to have a positive test for the virus or is told they have the virus by a Dr., EVERYONE on that player’s team must refrain from HRBBA activities for at least 14-days. 

 

Should more than two HRBBA teams be held back from potential exposure, the HRBBA board of directors will have a special meeting to determine if the season should be cancelled or postponed. 

 

Should the State of Minnesota, Hopkins School District and/or Minnesota Youth Athletic Services (MYAS) determine the season to be cancelled or postponed, HRBBA will adhere to those guidelines and communicate accordingly. 

 

Should the season be cancelled, player registration fees will be refunded based on how much of the season has been played and prorated accordingly. However, refunds will be minus any funds that are not refunded to HRBBA including uniform costs, facility deposits, tournament costs, etc.