The St. Louis County Department of Public Health has updated the Youth Sports Guidelines. Playing sports with or against other individuals during this time holds an inherent risk that someone may become infected and, in turn, spread the virus to others in their household or community. Please consider this risk when allowing your child to participate in organized sports.
The risk of COVID-19 spread increases in youth sports settings as follows:
Tournaments are in the CDC’s highest risk category and cannot be played at this time. Traveling outside of the local community may increase the chances of exposing players, coaches, and spectators to COVID-19. Youth sports teams must compete only against teams in the St. Louis area. Click here to download or view the complete guideline document.
Please take note that St. Louis County Department of Public Health is still reviewing plans for approval prior to holding any public event. The following are a few things to consider when developing a plan:
All plans can be submitted via email to [email protected]
As of Wednesday, June 24, the St. Louis County COVID-19 Daily Update will be disseminated three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The date change coincides with the Emergency Operations next Operational Period.
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