WSC: COVID-19 health screen
If you wish to return to swim training, you must complete this health screen (one for each swimmer).
These are completely confidential and responses will be saved securely.
If you feel you would also like to speak to someone about the health of your swimmer or any concerns for your family, please email Kamilla on
As with everything we initiate, we are following the guidelines of Swim England.
* Trial Session
Junior Performance 1
Junior Performance 2
Contact telephone number in case of emergency
COVID-19 symptoms list:
New, persistent, dry cough
Shortness of breath
Loss of taste or smell
Diarrhoea or vomiting
Muscle aches not related to sport/training
Please notify us of any pre-existing medical conditions below.
If you have had a confirmed COVID-19 infection or any symptoms in keeping with COVID-19 in the last 5 months, the Swim England guidance states that if you are now 7 days post-recovery with no symptoms then a gradual return to exercise is permissible. If you have persistent symptoms of breathless on exertion then you should consult your GP.
The swimmer must not attend training if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 coronavirus.
The swimmer must not attend training if they have had exposure to anyone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 in the last 2 weeks or if they have been advised to self-isolate. Swim England state the swimmer must not train until they have self-isolated for 14 days
Swim England states if you have an underlying medical condition that makes you more susceptible to poor outcomes with COVID-19 then you should consider the increased risk and may wish to discuss this with your GP. The swimmer must follow current Government guidelines if they have any underlying health conditions, as listed by the NHS website.
If you live with or will knowingly come into close contact with someone who is considered medically vulnerable to COVID-19, Swim England state that you must make an individual decision about attending swim training with an awareness of the risks and taking appropriate precautions.
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