LA County Public Health Guidelines for Reopening Youth Sports
COVID-19 Resources per CIF State
California Coronavirus COVID-19 Testing Task Force
EPA Approved List of Cleaning Products
The Reopening Protocol for Youth and Adult Recreational Sports Leagues: Appendix S has been updated. Recent changes are highlighted in yellow: • Effective date changed to immediately permit inter-team competitions with other California teams. Restriction limiting competition to only teams within the same county or bordering counties has been lifted. • The effective date for routine periodic COVID-19 testing for medium-contact and high-contact youth sports teams/leagues participating in indoor competition and contact practice remains effective on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. • Correction of 4th bullet below: Indoor physical conditioning, skill building, and training must limit occupancy to 50% capacity and comply with the County Reopening Protocol for Gyms and Fitness Establishments: Appendix L. • Observers and spectators are now permitted for indoor youth and adult sports in compliance with the LA County DPH Protocol for Indoor Live Seated Events. • Clarification of requirements regarding multi-team tournaments, meets, or events occurring within Los Angeles County versus those occurring outside Los Angeles County 5/7/2021: • Moderate and High-Contact Sports Teams/leagues that participate in indoor competitions and contact practice must continue to adhere to the additional requirements imposed on collegiate sports as described in the California Guidance for Institutes of Higher Education, dated September 30, 2020. • Regular testing is strongly encouraged for moderate and high-contact outdoor sports due to increased likelihood of transmission among sports teams. • Concessions sales at youth and adult recreational sports competitions that are held outdoors must follow the requirements related to food as laid out in the County Protocol for Live Events and Performances (Outdoor Seated). • Indoor sports must limit occupancy in indoor sports facilities to 50% occupancy based on applicable building or fire code.
This protocol and other pertinent information and resources can be found on the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health COVID-19 webpage. Thank you for your ongoing efforts to protect the health and well-being of Los Angeles County residents.