BASEBALL IS CURRENTLY IN PHASE 2 - STAGE 1 


Baseball BC would like to take this opportunity to remind all member organizations that baseball is currently in Phase 2 - Stage 1 of the Return to Play (RTP) Guidelines as outlined in both the viaSport and Baseball BC Guidelines.

The following activities are currently permitted;

  • Team training / development (practice) for youth athletes under the age of 22.
  • Small group Team training / development (practice) for athletes 22 and older (Maximum group size is 10 persons)

The following activities are not permitted;

  • Modified Game Play / Games / Tournaments

Baseball specific guidelines in place at this time;

  • Participants must maintain a physical distance of three metres from one another.
  • Activities should be low risk of transmitting the virus (e.g. individual activities, group training that maintains physical distance).
  • Spectators are not permitted at any baseball activities. (Defined as games, competitions, tournaments, training, or practice).
  • Masks are required in all indoor public settings. (As defined by the current public order)
  • Strength training and dryland training are not permitted, unless there is a COVID 19 Safety Plan is in place for this type of activity that is strictly followed (see Regional Health Authority for your local requirements).
  • Verbal symptom screening and attendance tracking must be performed daily.
  • Stay home if you’re sick.    

Baseball BC Return to Play Guidelines 2021

viaSport Return to Sport Guidelines

Government of Canada Coronavirus Information

 

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Past Announcements:

March 17 COVID - 19 UPDATE - ADULT SPORTS

February 6 COVID - 19 UPDATE - PROVINCIAL HEALTH ORDER EXTENDED INDEFINATELY

December 4 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - RETURN TO PHASE 2

November 23 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - COMMUNITY TRAVEL 

November 21 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - RETURN TO PHASE 3 WITH RESTRICTIONS

November 7 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - RETURN TO PHASE 2 FOR SOME REGIONS

August 25 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - PHASE 3 GUIDELINES AND START DATE

August 7 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - IN PHASE MOVEMENT TO INTERIM BUBBLE PLAY

July 24 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - IN PHASE MOVEMENT TO IN CLUB GAME PLAY 

July 10 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - IN PHASE MOVEMENT TO FULL TEAM PRACTICES 

June 7 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE

May 14 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE 

April 23 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE 

March 17 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - SUSPENSION OF PLAY - INDEFINATE

March 13 COVID - 19 MEMO UPDATE - SUSPENSION OF PLAY - 7 DAYS

 

Baseball BC Return to Play Guidelines

viaSport Return to Sport Guidelines

 

 


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