Covid-19 Exposure & Positive Test Procedures:

  • If your athlete or a member of their household is exposed to Covid-19 OR tests positive for Covid-19, please do the following:
    • The athlete(s) must stay out of practice until cleared by the office to return.
    • Email Kim Spina ([email protected]) and Ryan Westhafer ([email protected])  with as much information as possible about the exposure or timeline leading up to the positive test. If comfortable, please copy your coach on the email, so they are aware.
      • Kim and Rya will follow up to relay instructions for your athlete to rejoin practice.
    • Protocols:
      • If an athlete or a member of their household has been exposed, they must:
        • Wait 5 days from the exposure to get tested. Asymptomatic athletes can use a negative test result collected on day 5 (or after) after exposure to return to practice with additional self-monitoring. (The day of exposure is considered day 0.) OR
        • Quarantine for 14 days after the date of exposure
      • If a member of an athlete’s household tests positive for Covid-19, the athlete must stay out of practice for the duration of the member’s isolation and provide a negative test to return.
      • If an athlete tests positive for Covid-19, they will be required to stay out of practice for 10-14 days depending on their symptoms and the recommendation from a medical professional.


December 2020



Screening Protocols and Policy Guidance for Member/Employee Exposure Risk, or Travel, Event Attendance


Until the region is relieved of masking and social distancing, NCAP/BRSC requires compliance with the current Virginia Department of Health directives and requests open communication through department heads/coaches if any member or staff is compromised by the high risk exposing conditions outlined below.  Once reported to a department head/coach, the department head will work with the GM to determine whether self-quarantine time away from the club is necessary to protect membership and staff from possible viral spread.


Air travel, out of area travel, time spent at beaches, bars, restaurants, and unmasked crowded events or locations all present higher risk exposure to Covid-19.  This is especially true when masking and social distancing is not enforced.  Attendance indoors, in combination with extended stay or poor ventilation, adds more exposure risk.  Direct exposure to anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 within 14 days of said exposure should be considered high risk, and result in requesting guidance from the club ahead of resuming activity within the club. Social gatherings of extended families/friends have now been connected to the recent country-wide surge of positive viral spread. Any body temperature of 100 degrees or higher requires self-quarantine from club activity.  Illness within the home by any family member should result in a screening conversation to cover details that may result in a request to self-quarantine.