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Covid Information

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covid protocols

  • Everyone entering the building must wear a mask
  • All temperatures will be checked upon entry
  • Your child will be directed to thoroughly wash their hands after they pass the temp check
  • Parents are encouraged to drop off and return when the event concludes
  • The lobby has limited space and you must stay 6 feet apart with your mask on
  • Your child will be directed to thoroughly wash their hands before they leave
  • We clean surfaces before and after each practice and event


does your student have any of these symptoms?

Does your student have any of the following symptoms that you cannot attribute to another health condition?

  • Fever or feeling feverish?
  • Chills?
  • A new cough?
  • Shortness of breath?
  • A new sore throat?
  • New muscle aches?
  • New headache?
  • New loss of smell or taste?

If you answer “Yes” to any of the screening questions, you are advised to go home/stay home, stay away from other people, and contact your health care provider.
Minnesota Department of Health, 5/20/20



what about other symptoms?

Please DO NOT disguise symptoms with medication. It puts everyone as risk.


if your student tests positive or has known exposure

Please contact our front office immediately. We will need the following (as applicable):

  • Test Date
  • Date of Known Exposure
  • Date Symptoms Appeared
  • Last Date at TCT

Your student will be required to quarantine for 10-14 days depending on test results (7 days allowed in certain circumstances). We will make every effort to find a make-up class for your student.

763-421-3046 (Champlin)
763-762-5330 (BP)
twincitytwisters@gmail.com

what is a known exposure?

Close Contact / Known Exposure

In general, close contact / known exposure means being within about 6 feet of a person who has COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more throughout the course of a day (24 hours)


more information

We are doing the best we can with guidance from the
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)

This is all subject to change as we continually learn more about Covid-19.

Employee Covid Information: HERE


what scientists know

Contagious Period:

2 days prior to symptoms through 10 days after start of symptoms
(This is why a positive test result requires 10 days of quarantine)
Oct 20, 2020 www.who.int

Incubation Period:

14 days | Median Time is 4-5 days | Most will develop symptoms by day 11.5 
Best time to test: Days 5-6 after exposure
(This is why exposed people are required to quarantine for 14 days)
Nov 3, 2020 www.cdc.gov

Immunity Period:

90 days, but more research needed
Nov 3, 2020 www.cdc.gov


updated quarantine guidance

View this as a webpage

Minnesota Department of Health

December 7, 2020

The safest option is to stay away from others for 14 days.

  • In certain situations, you may end your quarantine after 10 days, or after seven days with a negative COVID-19 test result.
  • You cannot end your quarantine before seven days for any reason.
  • Some work settings, like health care, have different rules about quarantine. Check with your employer.
 

You should stay away from others for 14 days if:

  • Someone in your home has COVID-19.
  • You live in a building with other people, where it’s hard to stay away from others and easy to spread the virus to multiple people, like a long-term care facility.

14-Day Quarantine - the safest option.

 

You may consider being around others after 10 days if:

  • You do not have any symptoms.
  • You have not had a positive test for COVID-19.
  • No one in your home has COVID-19, and you do not live in a building with other people, where it’s hard to stay away from others and easy to spread the virus to multiple people, like a long-term care facility.

Even after 10 days you must still:

  • Watch for symptoms through day 14. If you have any symptoms, stay home, separate yourself from others, and get tested right away.
  • Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from other people.

10-Day Quarantine

 

You may consider being around others after seven days only if:

  • You get tested for COVID-19 at least five full days after you had close contact with someone with COVID-19, and the test is negative.
  • You do not have any symptoms.
  • You have not had a positive test for COVID-19.
  • No one in your home has COVID-19, and you do not live in a building with other people, where it’s hard to stay away from others and easy to spread the virus to multiple people, like a long-term care facility.

Even after seven days you must still:

  • Watch for symptoms through day 14. If you have any symptoms, stay home, separate yourself from others, and get tested right away.
  • Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from other people.

7-Day Quarantine - requires a negative COVID-19 test.

You cannot end your quarantine before seven days for any reason.