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It is not required that you are vaccinated to play, It IS REQUIRED (if you are not vaccinated) you will have to take a Covid Test prior to being allowed to play. Your vaccination card will need to be uploaded to the roster when registering your player info. Players not vaccinated will need to provide negative test results ON FRIDAY at check in ONLY. Please READ THE TOURNAMENT RULES for all the information on what is required at your event.
If you are looking for a place to get vaccinated here are a few resources.
If you are not vaccinated you will be required to take a Covid-19 test prior to arriving at the tournament. READ THE RULES DOCUMENT for your event to see all specific information on what tests are acceptable. Negative test results must be submitted online (no earlier than 72 hours to start of event, or shown IN PERSON on FRIDAY AT CHECK IN ONLY. There will be no option to do this after Friday. Not checking in with negative test results on Friday by 7pm means you will not be playing. This can not be done on Saturday at the fields.
Specifics for time frame of Covid testing requirements will be determined as the tournament nears. Depending on current climate (accessibility of testing, positivity rates etc) will determine exact time frame requirements. Tests will be required to be administered anywhere from as early as 72 hours or as late as 48 hours prior to Friday check in. Each tournament may vary. Exact time frame will be announced in the tournament rules for that event no later than 14 days prior to start of event.
Participants that do not wish to take a professionally administered test can bring an unopened home kit test to the check in on Friday and take the test on site in person.
Masks are not currently mandated in Nevada. If you want to mask up then we encourage you to do so, especially those of you that forget to brush your teeth before speaking to us. We will have extra masks at the tent if you choose when you arrive that you want one and don't have one.
SANITIZER. Each team will need to supply enough hand sanitizer for their participants and spectators for the entire weekend.
Teams are responsible for sanitizing balls, see game rules.
At this time there are no rules around having to limit spectators. As long as they aren't disrupting games, harassing other teams and spectators then they are welcome. If your friend/family spectator is an asshole and causing issues your entire team can be punished....It has happened before, an entire team has been eliminated 1/2 through a finals game because of behavior, don't let this happen to your team.
All participants should follow the guidelines below to protect against infections.
Wash your hands with disinfectant soap and water for at least 30 seconds
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
Avoid touching your face
Stay home if you are sick
Cover coughs/sneezes with a tissue and throw directly in a trash container.
Disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Wear a face mask for added protection
Avoid sharing food, drinks, towels
Wear a clean uniform to each match
Use adequate field space for social distancing