As more professional sports organizations are moving to reopen, it remains tough to see the impact on COVID-19 on youth sports. Recent CDC guidelines will make it very difficult for sports organizations to reopen in the fall, especially for younger kids - the question becomes how these organizations can pivot, and keep young players engaged (and off their devices) during this time, so those valuable lessons of team sports and competition aren't lost for a generation of kids.
Can youth sports reopen in the the COVID-19 world?
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Are your kids itching to get back in the game? Check out @CDCgov’s tips for youth sports organizations on ways to protect players, families & communities and slow the spread of #COVID19.— Dr. Vivek Murthy, U.S. Surgeon General (@Surgeon_General) June 10, 2020
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Summer is fast approaching, and with that comes youth summer activites. The CDC has some helpful tips on promoting behaviors to reduce spread, maintaining a healthy distance, and more. Visit: https://t.co/mIOKsz2Igd. pic.twitter.com/UDWrPc0Bkt— Access Esperanza Clinics (@AccessClinics) June 8, 2020