Effective August, 2022.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do parents/guardians, coaches, or team managers need to advise the PCIM Board or Covid Committee if a player or a player's household member tests positive for COVID?
No. Player parents/guardians are asked to reference and follow Summit County and CDC guidelines around mask wearing, symptoms, testing, and test results. Based on these guidelines, parents/guardians will determine whether their player should refrain from participating in PCIM activities and for how long.
As with any illness, it is expected that parents/guardians will notify the coach and/or team manager when a player is expected to be absent from PCIM activities, using the preferred communication method established for that team.
What happens if a team has multiple players test positive?
Decisions regarding individual players will be managed by player parents/guardians. As always, the head coach may, at his discretion, cancel or postpone team activities out of concern for the health and well-being of the team and/or when a shortage of players is anticipated (e.g. multiple players call in sick and coach cancels a practice or game).
If a parent/guardian, coach, or manager has a Covid related question, who should they contact?
Please email the PCIM Covid Committee at covid@pciceminersorg. A board member will reply to your inquiry.