Posted By : Leanne Fletcher
Hi all, Obviously there is a lot of confusion around the rules related to players having been in contact with other players who may have been sent home from school and are isolating. This is the guidance we have received from the FA. Please share with your committee and managers.
What happens if a player tests positive for Covid-19?
If there is a player who has tested positive, they must from that point self-isolate (or if they have symptoms, from the moment of symptoms) and NHS Test and Trace will pick up from this point. The player should contact NHS 111.
The Club can carry on, but be mindful to ensure all the guidelines are strictly followed on social distancing, hand washing etc. If Test and Trace contact them, they must provide the details and then if deemed anyone needs to isolate on their instruction, do so.
What happens if I have played an opposition team and one of their players has tested positive for Covid-19?
Match play is not considered ‘close contact’ so no action is needed unless individuals experience symptoms, in which case they must self-isolate from that point.
Leanne & Lisa
League Welfare Officers
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