Announcement-2021
 

Hello Athletes,Coaches and Parents,

AICL Event Covid-19 Guidelines

These guidelines are meant to provide guidance for those planning to attend an Alabama Interscholastic Cycling Association (AICA) 2021 event. The AICA league is committed to protecting the health and safety of our student athletes, coaches, parents, and staff by giving guidance based on the best public health practices available. We will continue to monitor and provide updates as changes occur.

Guidance for AICL events

▪ All attendees (student athletes, coaches, spectators, and staff) will be required to wear a mask when you exit your vehicle. Masks will be required in all areas at the event.
▪ “Players, coaches, officials, and spectators shall not congregate within 6 feet of a person from another household except to the extent necessary- and only to the extent necessary- for players, coaches, and officials to directly participate in the athletic activity.” (Based on the January 21, 2021 Current Order of the State Health Officer).
▪ Refrain from attending any AICL event if you are experiencing any known symptoms related to Covid-19 or if you have had a known exposure to Covid-19 in the past 14 days. The CDC defines exposure as 6 feet or closer for a cumulative of total of 15 minutes with someone who has laboratory confirmed COVID or someone who has consistent symptoms.
▪ There are four situations during the weekend when removing your mask is allowed. These include when athletes and/or coaches enter the course to start a pre-ride, during a coach led warm-up before the race, while eating or drinking and when racers are one minute away from their start time in the start chute.
▪ Athletes not actively participating in an event should wear facial coverings. When possible, once an athlete has finished his or her events for the day, he or she is encouraged to exit the venue for the day.
▪ All athletes and coaches should have their own labeled beverage container as there should be no shared water coolers or containers.
▪ Players, coaches, and officials shall not share water coolers, drinking stations, water bottles, cups, or other drinking devices. Organizers of athletic activities shall take reasonable steps, where practicable, to regularly disinfect frequently used items and surfaces. (Based on the January 21, 2021 Current Order of the State Health Officer)
All attendees (student athletes, coaches, spectators, and staff) will be required to wear a mask when you exit your vehicle. Masks will be required in all areas at the event.
“Players, coaches, officials, and spectators shall not congregate within 6 feet of a person from another household except to the extent necessary- and only to the extent necessary- for players, coaches, and officials to directly participate in the athletic activity.” (Based on the January 21, 2021 Current Order of the State Health Officer).
Refrain from attending any AICL event if you are experiencing any known symptoms related to Covid-19 or if you have had a known exposure to Covid-19 in the past 14 days. The CDC defines exposure as 6 feet or closer for a cumulative of total of 15 minutes with someone who has laboratory confirmed COVID or someone who has consistent symptoms.
There are four situations during the weekend when removing your mask is allowed. These include when athletes and/or coaches enter the course to start a pre-ride, during a coach led warm-up before the race, while eating or drinking and when racers are one minute away from their start time in the start chute.
Athletes not actively participating in an event should wear facial coverings. When possible, once an athlete has finished his or her events for the day, he or she is encouraged to exit the venue for the day.
All athletes and coaches should have their own labeled beverage container as there should be no shared water coolers or containers.
Players, coaches, and officials shall not share water coolers, drinking stations, water bottles, cups, or other drinking devices. Organizers of athletic activities shall take reasonable steps, where practicable, to regularly disinfect frequently used items and surfaces. (Based on the January 21, 2021 Current Order of the State Health Officer)

General Guidance
* Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth to help protect yourself and others.
* Stay 6 feet apart from others who don’t live with you.
* Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
* If you have observed any of these symptoms, please stay home and consult your medical provider.

▪ Fever or chills
▪ Cough
▪ Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
▪ Fatigue
▪ Muscle or body aches
▪ Headache
▪ New loss of taste or smell
▪ Sore throat
▪ Congestion or runny nose
▪ Nausea or vomiting
▪ Diarrhea
Fever or chills
Cough
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
Fatigue
Muscle or body aches
Headache
New loss of taste or smell
Sore throat
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
Diarrhea

Adam Crews
Alabama League Director

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