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How does this apply to school sports? Events that have already been approved?

See above for previously approved events. School sports will need to submit gathering protocol. Masks should be worn to the greatest extent possible during sporting activities. It is recommended that youth athletes wear masks, but not required. If you are unable to wear a mask because of difficulty breathing during high intensity activities, choose an outdoor location with greater ventilation and air exchange and where social distancing from others can be guaranteed. Participants may consult with their primary care provider to determine if vigorous activity while wearing a mask is safe for them. For games to be held with more than 50 spectators, event organizers must submit a gathering protocol. Athletes will not count towards the 50 person maximum at this time.

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1. How does this apply to school sports? Events that have already been approved?
2. Does this new order that says people have to stay in their seats means they cannot get up and play pool? I mean they are more socially distanced at a pool table than anywhere else.
3. Does the Environmental Health Director need to cancel all gatherings that have already been authorized?
4. Youth Sporting Events – What are the social distancing guidelines i.e. Wrestling? Basketball? Etc.? Is there a recommendation on how many people we can allow on an indoor event?
5. Should masks be worn by players who are actively playing a sport that require using a mouth guard or helmet?
6. Adult Mask Wearing During Recreational Sports