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FHYAA COVID-19 Protocol

Updated March 2, 2022


All Participants, Parents, Coaches, Referees & Community: The Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association (FHYAA) is committed to creating a safe environment for youth sports and being a conscientious community member by reducing the spread of COVID-19. We are dedicated to creating a safe environment so we can continue to provide recreational sports where participants learn teamwork, develop friendships, self-confidence, and good sportsmanship, empowering our young athletes to become responsible citizens.


This policy, utilized by all FYHAA programs, serves to protect the well-being of players, coaches, referees, officials, parents, and spectators, who all must abide by these rules. It is updated as relevant national, state, and local health regulations and guidelines change. This protocol provides the latest information for FHYAA safety requirements, however, please review any additional sport-specific COVID-19 protocols to ensure compliance for that sport.


UPDATED:  03/2/2022 regarding COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released updated health guidance that included new metrics for determining COVID-19 community levels. Based on this new guidance, Fairfax County’s current COVID-19 community level is low
Based on these new metrics and CDC guidance, FCPS has new guidelines. Everyone - including guests and athletes utilizing FCPS facilities - may choose if they wear a mask starting Tuesday, March 1. There are no mask requirements at the current time.


Fairfax County Health Department guidance on isolation can be found here and should be utilized towards positive cases:  https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/novel-coronavirus/toolkit-slow-spread

The Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) is no longer recommending that individual/sporadic cases of COVID-19 be reported to the Health Department from sports leagues and coaches.