- Do NOT attend soccer activities if you are not feeling well or have any COVID related symptoms.
- Parents must notify the team Coach and the LUSC COVID Safety Officer if their player has a known case of COVID during the soccer season. The LUSC COVID Safety Officer will advise on any steps to take regarding soccer activities.
- Per Lexington Public Health, if a player is not allowed to attend in-person school, due to either illness or quarantine guidance from the school, then this attendance restriction automatically extends to participation in soccer activities. Players cannot return to soccer activities until they have completed the restriction timeline and/or actions set by the school. Questions about this should be directed to your school nurse or Lexington Public Health.
- Return to Play for coaches is otherwise governed by the current guidance from Lexington Public Health.
Some town, city and regional Boards of Health may impose more restrictive measures for participants, coaches and/or spectators. If so, these more restrictive rules take precedence over these guidelines when you are participating in that city or town and must be followed by all LUSC players, coaches and spectators.