Return to Play COVID-19 Health Screening
These questions are to ensure that you are aware of the risks of returning to training and for us to determine if it is safe for you to do so.
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What is your name? Unless we know who you are then we cannot let you train with us! If there is more than one person in a household then each person will need to complete this separately.
Have you had confirmed COVID-19 infection or any symptoms (listed below) in keeping with COVID-19 in the last five months? Fever Persistent, dry cough Loss of taste or smell. You must answer Yes or No. If Yes then you must give full details. If you answer yes to this question, NHS advice is you should get a test to check if you have coronavirus as soon as possible. Stay at home and do not have visitors until you get your test results – only leave home to get a test.
Have you had a known exposure to anyone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 in the last two weeks? (e.g. close contact, household member). You must answer Yes or No. If Yes then you must give full details. You are not allowed to train until you have self-isolated for 14 days.
Do you have any underlying medical conditions? (Examples include: respiratory conditions including asthma; heart,kidney, liver or neurological conditions; diabetes mellitus; aspleen or immune system condition; currently taking medicines that affect your immune system such as steroid tablets). You must answer Yes or No. If Yes then you must give full details. If you have an underlying medical condition that makes you more susceptible to poor outcomes with COVID-19 (including age >65) then you should consider the increased risk and may want to discuss this with you usual medical practitioner
Do you live with or will you knowingly come into close contact with someone who is currently ‘shielding’ or otherwise medically vulnerable if you return to the training environment? You must answer Yes or No. If Yes then you must give full details. This is an individual call but awareness of risks and the appropriate precautions should be taken.
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