West Raleigh Baseball Association
COVID-19 Protocol (Fall, 2022)
The safety and well-being of our participants and families is our first priority. Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as local and state guidelines, West Raleigh Baseball Association (WRBA) would like to reiterate the following COVID-19 protocols regarding mask wearing, potential exposures, and 'Return to Play' guidelines.
Masks and Face Coverings
At this time, masks and face coverings are optional (e.g., not mandated) for all outdoor West Raleigh and municipal (e.g., Town of Cary, City of Raleigh) playing fields. We will continue to follow-up state and local guidance in an effort to keep our participants and families informed.
Not Feeling Well? Please Stay Home
All players, coaches, and family members should not attend a team event (e.g., game, practice, etc.) if they are suffering from any of the following symptoms associated with COVID-19:
- 100.4° fever or higher
- Sore throat
- New cough
- New shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- New loss of taste or smell
- Diarrhea or vomiting
- New severe headache
Have an Exposure or Positive COVID-19 Test?
If a child, coach or family member is exposed, or tests positive, for COVID-19 please inform the following people immediately:
- Team Coach
- Team Parent
- West Raleigh Administration (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The league will then follow-up with appropriate guidance regarding quarantine, isolation and availability to return to West Raleigh Baseball activities based on the facts of each unique situation. The 'West Raleigh COVID Protocols document linked below will serve as the primary guide for each situation.
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