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General Information

WWPSA will comply with current NJ Guidelines

NJ Dept of Health Guidance for Sports Activities

NJ Executive Orders on the Conduct of Sports

 

Players & Coaches

Players/Coaches must complete a temperature check at home.

Temperatures greater than 100.4 F are prohibited from attending.

Players are to adhere to social distancing guidelines when not playing in the game.

All coaches must wear a face covering at all times during the training session and matches.

All players must wear a face covering when not engaged in game or warm up.

Anyone that displays COVID-19 symptoms are prohibited from attending.

Sanitize hands after leaving the field and between each game.

Do not share water bottles, food, etc.

 

Updates

EFFECTIVE 12 March 2021

On Wednesday, March 10th, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 230, which expands the general outdoor gathering limit from 25 to 50 people. Youth sports activities are included in the category of general outdoor gatherings. This order went into effect on Friday, March 12th at 6:00 a.m.

This 50-person limit can be exceeded to include all necessary participants such as coaches, players, officials and two parents/guardians per player. To further clarify, this order doesn’t allow for 50 people in addition to those participants to attend a game. It just means the total number can exceed 50 to include the above-mentioned participants.

We remind everyone to continue to conduct pre-game health checks, wear masks when appropriate and maintain social distancing among all participants while at our soccer fields.

 A copy of the Executive Order 230 can be found here. 

 

Spectators must follow NJ Department of Health’s

 NJ Dept of Health Guidance for Sports Activities 

Including mask requirements, social distancing

guidelines, and staying home when sick.

 

Spectators will be expected to cooperate

with contact-tracing efforts as applicable.

 

Travel Guidelines

Residents returning from outside our immediate

regions (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania

& Delaware) should self-quarantine following

recommendations from the CDC

 

If travel is unavoidable, traveler should consider

getting tested with a viral test 1-3 days before

the trip and again 3-5 days after the trip.

 

If traveler test positive, they should

uarantine for ten (10) days and should

postpone travel during that time.

 

If traveler test negative, they should

quarantine for a full seven (7) days after travel.

 

If testing is not available (or if the results are

delayed), travelers should quarantine

for ten (10) days after travel.