Baseball BC Return to Play Guidelines

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Government of Canada Coronavirus Information

 

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.

 

 

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

 


 

Important Information for Baseball BC EVENTS:

Please Click On & Read the Following Participant Declarations:

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Past Announcements: 

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

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https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html#faq

 


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