EFFECTIVE EMMEDIATELY - RETURN TO PHASE 3 COMMUNITY TRAVEL WITH RESTRICTIONS

November 21, 2020


November 23, 2020

Attention: Baseball BC Membership (and affiliated clubs)

From: BC Amateur Baseball Association

Re: COVID – 19 UPDATE – Community Travel.

 

Effective immediately, individual travel between communities is now permitted for team sanctioned events.  This will place us fully back in Phase 3 of our RTP Guidelines.

Please still be reminded of the following;

  • Mask use in all indoor public spaces is required and as such all participants are required to wear a mask or face covering while training indoors.
  • No spectators at ANY events are permitted.
  • No Tournaments are permitted at this time.
  • No travel for game play is permitted at this time.

Social distancing is required for all non game interactions.

 

Finally, we would like to remind all organizations that local municipalities may have additional requirements and are encouraged to check with all their facility partners and municipalities for any other requirements.

Please note Baseball BC will continue to monitor provincial health orders and direction from viaSport as they are made available and base all future programming adjustment decisions as required.

November 23 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - COMMUNITY TRAVEL 

Past Memo's can be found on the Return to Play page HERE

Direct any questions you may have on this topic to Baseball BC Executive Director David Laing at 604-586-3312.


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