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Covid Restrictions at of Dec 21, 2021



CGVA & Corona-19

As many of you are aware the spread of COVID-19 and increase in the Omicron variant has been causing many sporting associations and group gatherings to return to masking rules. CGVA has been following the virus's spread and recommendations from the CDC/WHO as well as state and local recommendations.


Your safety and the safety of all our players is foremost in our thoughts during this time. As the amazing community we are, we live and breathe as one. 


Plans pertaining to COVID-19 are as follows.


CGVA League Programming


With the increase in the amount of the Omicron variant nearing 75% of cases as well as an increase of COVID-19 infections amongst fully vaccinated individuals, CGVA will be returning to mask requirements for Monday and Wednesday night leagues. 


We will be continuing to play for now with vaccination requirements and mask mandates, but will continue to monitor COVID rates as well as state and local guidelines. 


This has been further evaluated with the holidays and travel remaining open the likelihood of COVID infection rates increasing is high. We apologize for any inconvenience this brings to our players, but at the same time wish everyone to know that our main priority is the safety of all CGVA players. Some of which are elderly, immunocompromised or otherwise high risk candidates for COVID infection and harm. 


As always, please consult with your doctor about what healthcare and risk level is best for you.


Safety First


With League play continuing there are some suggestions to protect yourself and those you are playing with that we ask all players follow:


Consider getting a booster shot:

  • Consult with your doctor on if a booster shot is best for you. Early results are showing booster shots significantly help prevent severe disease from the Omicron variant.


Clean your hands often:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

  • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Stay home if you're sick, except to get medical care. Learn what to do if you are sick

  • We suggest using digital forms of money versus cash. The league currently does not accept cash or checks and this is a great reason why.


References 

We know there are a lot of fears & conflicting information in the media. We recommend all players follow information from the CDC and the World Health Organization. Make sure you are staying educated and up to date on the best medical advice available.


If you are seeking information closer to home the City and County of Denver has published further information on testing sites if you are feeling ill and how to protect yourself and those around you as we go through this process together.


CGVA is with you in mind, heart and spirit during this difficult time. We are wishing you all good health for you and yours and will be with you the whole way.

Any concerns please contact us at volleyball@cgva.org.

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