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Face Coverings

Face Coverings

 Coaches, athletes and spectators must wear face coverings, unless they are outdoors and can consistently maintain social distancing of at least six feet. During training and gameplay, players are not required to wear a mask.  Face coverings must be worn when entering, exiting, and on the sidelines, when athletes are not actively playing. 

Cloth Face Coverings

  • Cloth Face coverings are not intended to protect the wearer, but rather to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 from the person wearing the mask (who may not have any symptoms of disease). Face coverings may be challenging for players (especially younger players) to wear while playing sports. Face coverings should be worn by coaches, youth sports staff, officials, parents, and spectators as much as possible.
  • Wearing cloth face coverings is most important when physical distancing is difficult.
  • People wearing face coverings should be reminded to not touch the face covering and to wash their hands frequently.
  • Note: Cloth face coverings should not be placed on:
    • Babies and children younger than 2 years old;
    • Anyone who has trouble breathing or is unconscious;
    • Anyone who is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cloth face covering without assistance.

There are some exceptions to this requirement. Masks are not required:

  • For children younger than 2 years old
  • While eating or drinking
  • If you have trouble breathing or are unable to remove the mask without help
  • If your health conditions prohibit wearing a face covering
  • If you’re communicating with a hearing-impaired person, needing your mouth to be visible

The governor is strongly encouraging everyone older than 2 years old to wear a face covering.

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