What happens if there is a positive or suspected case of COVID-19 in the youth basketball program?
  • If a participant, staff member, parent or other person within our program is suspected or confirmed with COVID-19, the following steps will take place:
    • If person is on site, they will immediately be sent home or isolated until sent home. If isolated while on site, person should wear a mask.
    • We will communicate with Staff, Participant Families and King County Health Department.
    • Per WA DOH, if a participant or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, all members of the infected person’s pod are close contacts and should self-quarantine for 14 days.
    • Per WA DOH, the ill staff member or participant may return to basketball when: 
      • At least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since recovery – defined as no fever without the use of medications and improvement in respiratory signs like cough and shortness of breath, and
      • At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

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1. How will the league be adjusted this year?
2. What COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed?
3. How do I sign my child up to play?
4. What age group is this league being offered for?
5. When will my child’s pod practice?
6. When will I know my child’s practice schedule?
7. Will there be officiated games this year?
8. How will team formations look this year?
9. Can I submit a buddy request?
10. Who coaches the teams?
11. Is there payment needed eventually?
12. When is the signup deadline?
13. It’s past the registration deadline – can I still register my child?
14. Can I get a refund due to COVID concerns?
15. My child cannot make the scheduled practice times – what next?
16. What should my child wear to practice and games?
17. Does my child need a basketball?
18. What size basketball does my child use?
19. What guidelines are in place for youth basketball?
20. What happens if COVID-19 cases do not come down to Moderate Level or increase back to High Level during the season?
21. What happens if there is a positive or suspected case of COVID-19 in the youth basketball program?