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US Lacrosse has announced a set of return to play recommendations to assist the lacrosse community in following the appropriate steps to mitigate the risk for all participants in the COVID-19 environment. The recommendations were developed by a medical advisory committee, chaired by Dr. Eugene Hong, chair of the US Lacrosse Sport Science & Safety Committee.


Clink on the link to the US Lacrosse's Return to Play site:


Download a full copy of the recommendations, updated with Stage 5 recommendations as of July 1, 2020. (PDF)

Above all, stay at home if you are feeling sick, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have a temperature above 100.3
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and equipment. Do not share equipment.
Consider small group practices and small-sided competitions to reduce the number of participants in each session.
Non-competitors should wear face coverings (optional for athletes)
Before returning to practice-type activities, it's imperative to conduct at a minimum, a two-week period of guided athletic skills training.
Use social distancing guidelines of six feet separation whenever possible. Space equipment apart on sidelines to help maintain distancing.
Make the most of the time together and pre-plan to avoid confined huddles and needless standing around.