CR releases updated protocols for fans, requires proof of vaccination or negative test

Ray Hamill/ – Donald Willis and the Corsairs open tournament action on Thursday evening at 6 p.m.

College of the Redwoods has issued updated guidelines for spectators at basketball games, as the Corsairs get set to host an eight-team tournament this week.

Fans attending the games will be required to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID result from a PCR test administered within the previous 48 hours or negative rapid antigen test within the last 24 hours.

Masks will still be required at all times throughout attendance, with the exception of when consuming food or drink, and social distancing is also encouraged.

All visiting schools’ fans and families who wish to attend games at CR are also subject to the same protocols as Redwoods fans and families.

Players and officials will not be required to wear masks.

According to a CR press release, “Players, coaches and athletic training staff must also comply with current COVID-19 weekly protocols put in place by the CCCAA Governing Board and COVID working group, but will not be required to wear masks during warm ups or game play due to the required intense physical exertion and activity in college basketball.”

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  1. So, is it desperation to find refs to do the games because the appearance is that refs do not have to follow any of these guidelines…if so, that is so remarkable that segregation still works…

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