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Mar, 2020

STRYKER SPORTS COMPLEX UPDATE

STRYKER SPORTS COMPLEX UPDATE
3-16-2020 
To Our Valued Soccer Community –
Today the Sedgwick County Health Department held a press conference announcing the latest details in battling the COVID-19 threat on a local level. They have reduced the quantity of people allowed to gather for an “event” from 250 to 50 people. 

The Stryker Sports Complex will follow the guidance of the expert’s mandates.  
 

STRYKER/WRSA UPDATES AS OF 03/16/2020:
ALL WRSA YOUTH LEAGUE GAMES FOR THE WEEKEND OF 3/20-3/22 ARE POSTPONED

 
  • Once the 50 person mandate is lifted, or increased, Stryker will be able to offer the make up weekends and other options so that teams get their games played
Information & mandates are always being updated, therefore, Stryker will send out weekly emails regarding league, or event, play status
  • Stryker will send out a weekly email every Thursday by 5pm with the following weekend’s league play/event status
  • In the event that new information is communicated by the Health Department before the Thursday Stryker email, Stryker may send you our update earlier
Because many teams and clubs have purchased practice time, Stryker will be open during the week for those practice timeframes
  • It is the team’s/club’s responsibility to limit the practices to 50 persons per full field
    • Remember that the coaches are to be counted in the 50 person limit
    • This also pertains to the indoor field
  • Teams/Clubs need to communicate with Nate Lund regarding their desire to utilize their field time. Failure to do so may result in you arriving at a locked facility
Stryker will continue enhanced cleaning procedures and providing clear guidelines for our employees and guests
We appreciate your flexibility and patience.

 

PROTECT YOUR HEALTH

  • We wanted to remind you of a few steps we can all take to help prevent the spread of disease:
  • Maintain good hygiene by washing your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 15-20 seconds, especially after coughing or sneezing
  • Use hand sanitizer if soap isn’t available, preferably 60% alcohol base
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze using a tissue or your elbow
  • Stay home, or keep your child home, if you are sick. Especially during times of a fever of 100° or more.  Please make sure that you and your child are fever free (without the aid of medication) for 24 hours before exposing them to the public
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that my be contaminated with germs
The health and safety of the sports community and Stryker staff is our highest priority.  
 

Sincerely,
Stryker Staff

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