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LAST UPDATED: FEB 25, 2021
(Update concerns the PacNW Handbooks, both English and Spanish, and Travel Guidelines)
If a player is not feeling well for any reason, PacNW requires that the player STAY HOME for the safety of the player and others and follow PacNW’s COVID Review/Return to Play Protocol:
PacNW follows WYS Return to Play Guidelines. PacNW created the PacNW Covid-19 Resources and Procedures Handbook as a resource for our members to easily access WYS & PacNW specific Return to Play Guidelines/Action Plan, as well as valuable information from the CDC about Coronavirus and how to prevent transmission. All members should review the handbook before returning to practices. The handbook is available in both English and Spanish.
PacNW follows guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and our medical advisors regarding players returning from out-of-state non-essential travel. Pursuant to this guidance, all out of state travelers should self-quarantine for 10 days upon their return to Washington. This quarantine period may be shortened to 7 days if all of the following occur:
After we are notified of the negative test result, PacNW representatives Kaelen Aramaki and/or Jeff Hemmen will reach out to ensure you meet all the requirements in order to set your return date and clear you to return. Players may not play or train with their teams until cleared by Kaelen or Jeff. Should you have any questions, please email .
Any player, coach, or club administrator present at PacNW functions must report to PacNW if they test positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The PacNW policies and protocols are subject to change without notice as the CDC COVID-19 guidelines are continually updated with new information and guidance.
The following flowcharts detail the specific course of action a player should depending on certain situations. To view theses flowcharts, click on the statement that best applies to the player to view the correct flowchart.
NOTE: Two flowcharts have been updated Jan. 7