As Northwest Little League baseball and softball resumes for the fall program, it is vital that everyone understands and adheres to the rules and guidelines implemented at Northwest in response to COVID-19. These best practices have been compiled from resources from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as guidance from Little League International, and from the state of Pennsylvania, and the city of Bethlehem.
Please note – these rules are not optional.
Anyone found not following the rules may be asked to leave the complex.
Anyone planning to enter the complex should refrain from doing so if they are feeling unwell. In the event any of the following conditions are met, the person shall not enter the complex until evaluated by a medical provider and given clearance to do so:
Those at higher risk of severe disease should consider consultation with their medical provider before attending a game or practice.
Additionally, please be aware that the facility is disinfected daily, as any surfaces that could potentially be touched are sprayed with an approved sanitizer solution. Many thanks to Jim Koehler who personally provides the materials and spends time each day to perform the disinfecting to help ensure the safety of anyone entering the complex.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the Northwest Safety Coordinators, Andre Balaziuk and Brian Shellock, by using the contact button below.
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