The GFL is committed to the health and safety for everyone in our GFL Family. We have developed, in partnership with our medical advisors a comprehensive plan outlining and detailing the requirements to address Covid19 that all member associations, coaches, and volunteers must implement and enforce. We invite you to report any noncompliance issues and concerns you have. OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY IS THE HEALTH & SAFETY OF OUR PLAYERS, CHEERLEADERS, COACHES, VOLUNTEERS, PARENTS, AND FANS!!
GFL COVID GUIDELINES
*Disclaimer- These guidelines are put together with the most current information gathered from the CDC and/or the GCPS guidelines and recommendations on how to deal with a COVID case, and COVID exposure. These guidelines are subject to change when recommendations are updated and are put together within the best interest of the individuals involved in the Gwinnett Football League. The safety of the individuals in the Gwinnett Football League is the top priority.
Purpose: To align the GFL COVID guidelines with the current GCPS COVID guidelines.
Types of exposure:
-If a member of the household is positive, all members of the household are considered close contacts and will need to quarantine.
Options for Returning from quarantine:
1) The athlete/coach has been tested for COVID-19…
2) The athlete/coach has received a negative result and provided documentation
3) The athlete/coach has not experienced any symptoms during the 7 day quarantine period
1) The athlete/coach has NOT tested for COVID-19
2) The athlete/coach has not experienced any symptoms during the 10 day quarantine period
Returning from positive COVID diagnosis:
Exceptions to the rules:
The following individuals are NOT required to quarantine after exposure to a positive or probable case:
****It is important to inform all of these individuals to monitor for symptoms in the 14 days following exposure. If symptoms develop, they should isolate immediately and the DPH recommends immediate testing
***If someone has been positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days prior to becoming a contact to a case or they are fully vaccinated (2 weeks have passed since last dose of vaccine) or both athletes/coaches were wearing masks they do NOT have to be excluded from sports as long as they do not have symptoms. If they are symptomatic, the person should isolate and be tested
Questions to ask if a positive case is reported to you:
Questions to ask for a close contact (a member of the household tested positive):
What can you do to help mitigate the spread?
The GFL is asking for your help. Due to ongoing concerns regarding Covid19, we are implementing enhanced safety and screening measures to reduce the likelihood of a possible exposure to our players, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, and volunteers. WE NEED YOUR HELP!! If you, your child, or a member of your household is ill, please stay home until you can determine the nature/cause of the illness. If you, your child, or a member of your household have been told they have (or may have) been exposed to an individual that has tested positive for Covid19, please stay home until a risk determination can be made by the medical advisor for the GFL. If you, your child, or a member of your household are waiting the results from a test, please stay home until a risk determination can be made by the medical advisor for the GFL. The GFL is working hard to ensure the safety and welfare of our entire GFL Family. Please help us with these simple steps for the safety of everyone. Your help and cooperation is greatly appreciated and can help to ensure our players and cheerleaders can practice, prepare, and compete uninterrupted throughout the season. OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY REMAINS THE SAFETY OF OUR ENTIRE GFL FAMILY!!