- Players and fans and are recommended to screen themselves at home prior to coming to the ballpark. If they have a temperature exceeding 100.4, they should be asked to stay home. They should also not come to the ballpark if they are known to have been recently exposed to someone with COVID-19. If they exhibit any Covid symptoms, including but not limited to fever or chills, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new lost of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea, they are asked to stay home.
All players and coaches, travel and rec, will be required to fill out the USA Softball COVID-19 waiver before participating.
No food is allowed in the dugout or on the field at any time; water must be in individual bottles marked with the players name; no sharing at any time.
Masks are not required, but players are allowed to wear them; they are strongly encouraged for anyone that is at risk or may be in contact with someone that is at risk. It is recommended that coaches wear masks at practice and at games.
Social distancing of 6’ while on the playing/practice field is to be practiced when possible
Catchers equipment will be assigned to a player for the entire season; no sharing is allowed. Players may use their own equipment
No equipment, including but not limited to defensive masks, batting helmets, gloves, bats will be shared
Sanitizer will be placed in each dugout for rec events, and players are encouraged to bring their own. Players are encouraged to sanitize their hands in between innings. Travel players are required to provide their own sanitizer.
Players are encouraged to have their own helmet; those who are unable to provide one, will be loaned a helmet for the season
2 catching helmets will be assigned to each team; helmets will be assigned to a player, and only those two players are allowed to use those helmets. Shin guards and chest protectors will be sanitized before switching catchers. If helmets are to be assigned to another player, they must be turned in to a CAYSA board member to be sanitized before transferring. Catchers are