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Upper Perk Kiwanis Baseball COVID Safety Guidelines

As we welcome back baseball to Upper Perkiomen Kiwanis our mission continues to provide not only a memorable and enjoyable experience, but one that provides a safe environment pursuant to local and state guidelines. 

Below are guidelines for our 2022 season:

  • No player, coach or family member who are feeling any type of illness, have a temperature of 100.4 degree or higher, or is experiencing symptoms as designated by the CDC should attend any Upper Perk Kiwanis Baseball event.  We ask all caregivers to monitor their children prior to attending any UP Kiwanis baseball event.
  • No shared equipment including but not limited to:  helmets, bats, gloves, and especially water bottles or jugs or anything which could transfer respiratory droplets or saliva.
  • Each player must bring their own water bottle and mark clearly for identification with their name.


These recommendations at no time replace any local or state health official guidelines and those set forth by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and may be adjusted without notice based on new information or science provided to the general public.

If a player/parent or coach is positively diagnosed with COVID-19 or is exposed to someone else who is positively diagnosed with COVID 19, the family MUST immediately notify our organization president, Bobby Saeger at [email protected] or by text at 267-566-5004. If a student-athlete or coach contracts the COVID-19 virus, the individual must quarantine for a minimum of 10 days. Any individual who was in close contact with the person diagnosed with COVID-19 will be notified and advised on whether the secondary individual must also quarantine. Following the 10-day quarantine, the individual must have also met the following criteria prior to returning to play: 1. At least three days (72 hours) have passed since the individual has recovered (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications) 2. The individual has improvement in respiratory symptoms (i.e. cough, shortness of breath) 3. At least 10 days have passed since the onset of symptoms 4. Written documentation of clearance from a healthcare provider (MD, DO, NP, PA).

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