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North Texas Soccer statement on Coronavirus

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To: North Texas Membership 

From: Janet Campbell, President | David Messersmith, Executive Director 
Date: March 12, 2020 
RE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advisory Memo 


State of Texas Executive Order

March 19 Membership Teleconference

As new developments are occurring almost by the hour, we want to remind everyone that our responsibility is for the health and safety of our players, coaches and referees. We are regularly monitoring advice from federal, state and local resources, in addition to the CDC and WHO. We are also monitoring the decisions of school districts. 

Based on the facts and information we have currently, we still recommend everyone follows the protocols and best practices set forth by the CDC. Soccer activity may go on as scheduled, however, please check with your member association, club or league to find how that affects you. Please be respectful of individual organizational decisions regarding participation and scheduling. 


If games or practices are scheduled, realize that it is the adult player or the parents of the youth player that must decide for each event if they will participate, and we should respect their decision.  


In addition to the well-published medical advice, we support the recommendations made to reduce the spread of the virus in sports, such as: 

Wash hands frequently, 

Stay home if you are sick – the team will appreciate it, 

Avoid handshakes and hugs – fist bumps are okay, 

Avoid sharing water bottles. 
Please see the following additional resources and communications, which may provide further answers to your questions. 


Janet Campbell and David Messersmith