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Below is a quick reference for what to do if a player tests positive for COVID-19 or has an exposure. Please refer to the full PCIM policy for additional detail, including quarantine guidelines.

Coaches & volunteers should follow same steps outlined for players below.

If you have questions, please email the PCIM Covid Committee at covid@pciceminers.com.

What to do if a Player tests positive for COVID-19:
Player should isolate right away, even if they are fully vaccinated.
Parent/Guardian will Team Manager will PCIM Covid Committee will
  1. Provide test result and test date to team manager
  1. Contact your local/home health department. 
  1. Perform contact tracing and contact any PCIM community member that may have been exposed by player, including coaches, players/players families, team volunteers. Please contact team manager if you need assistance.
 
  1. If you have other PCIM players in the household, see instructions below for how to handle household exposures.
  1. Remind parent/guardian of expected steps they should take (share link to this page and/or copy/paste content to left)
  1. Email the following to covid@pciceminers.com & coaches: player first/last name, team name, date player tested positive
  1. Keep test information as private as possible, sharing only with Committee and coaches
  1. Send a courtesy notification to other team managers/coaches if you shared practice time or had a game with them within 48 hours of the positive test date. If you were at a tournament, send notification to tournament coordinator.
  1. Questions? Email covid@pciceminers.com
  1. Email a return to play date to all parties: player/players family, coaches, and team manager
  1. Keep test information private
  1. Support team manager/ coach/ player family as needed
  1. Evaluate surrounding circumstances to determine if there should be a pause in play for team and/or if other courses of action should be taken

*If coaches are notified, they are asked to contact team manager.

What to do if a Player's household member tests positive for COVID-19:
Those who are fully vaccinated or who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days do not need to quarantine.
Parent/Guardian will Team Manager will PCIM Covid Committee will

1. Advise team manager the date the household member tested positive and if player is vaccinated or had COVID-19 in the last 90 days.

 

2. Player may not attend PCIM events if under quarantine, including school quarantine.

  1. Email the following to covid@pciceminers.com & coaches: player first/last name, team name, date household member tested positive
  1. Keep positive test information as private as possible
  1. Email a return to play date to all parties: player/players family, coaches, and team manager
  1. Keep test information private
  1. Support team manager/ coach/ player family as needed
 

 

What to do if a Player is exposed to COVID-19 outside of home?
Those who are fully vaccinated or who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days do not need to quarantine.
Parent/Guardian must Team Manager will PCIM Covid Committee will

1. Advise team manager the date of exposure and if player is vaccinated or had COVID-19 in the last 90 days.

 

2. Player may not attend PCIM events if under quarantine, including school quarantine.

 

  1. Email the following to covid@pciceminers.com & coaches: player first/last name, team name, date household member tested positive
  1. Keep test information as private as possible 
  1. Email a return to play date to all parties: player/players family, coaches, and team manager
  1. Keep test information private
  1. Support team manager/ coach/ player family as needed
 
 

 

What is an exposure? Anyone who is not fully vaccinated and came into close contact with you within the 2 days before symptoms started or player had a positive test.