Covid Symptom Details

Q: If you think you had Covid or know you had Covid, when can you be around other people?
A: You can be around others after the following: 

  • 10 days since symptoms first appeared and
  • 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and
  • Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving

Q: If a player comes in contact with someone who has symptoms or tests positive for Covid, how do I notify the club?
A: A parent must reach out to John Cirillo, jcirillo@triangleunited.org informing him of the contact and when it happened; all details are confidential.  When the player's test results come back, the club will let you know when the player can return to play.  

Q: If a player on your team tests positive for Covid-19, does the entire team (if they had been in close contact with that player) need to self-quarantine for 14 days?
A: Yes, if you had close contact for an extended period of time (10-15 minutes or more), you should self-quarantine and contact your local doctor

Q: Should the player see their pediatrician if they test positive prior to returning to play?
A: After a player has tested positive for Covid, it is recommended that the player meet with their pediatrician prior to returning to play.


Here are some other guidelines from the CDC regarding contact and return to play for players

When can you be around others after you likely had or tested positive for Covid

When to Quarantine