COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
*** Latest Update: 5-10-21 ***UpdatedSaturday May 15, 2021 byLMLL Registrar.
*** 5/10/21 UPDATE - The LMLL COVID Guidelines have been updated to reflect the latest guidance from CDC regarding the need to quarantine after exposure. But please note, especially as we move into warmer spring weather, that the LMLL mask policy remains unchanged - masks are required to be worn at all times, by all participants/attendees (players, coaches, umpires, scorekeepers, spectators, officials, etc.) when at any LMLL field or activity, except for players in Gold level or above activity participating outside on any field other than on MUFSD (Mamaroneck school system) school property (where masks are required by all at all times, including players on the field), and for anyone eating/drinking and distanced at least 6' from anyone not in their household. We are aware of the recent updates in mask recommendations from the CDC in certain outdoor situations, especially for vaccinated individuals. However, both CDC and NY guidance continues to recommend/require masks in sporting activities, and in particular since there is no way for all our attendees to know who is vaccinated and who is not, it is important that everyone wear masks in accordance with our policy both for everyone's protection and to set a good example for all our players. In addition, as noted above MUFSD requires masks to be work by all attendees at all times on their property. ***
COVID-19 has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and is extremely contagious. The state of medical knowledge is evolving, but the virus is believed to spread from personal contact, through the air, and/or by contact with contaminated objects, including by infected people showing no symptoms. COVID-19 can cause serious and potentially life-threatening illness and even death, and there is currently no completely effective or widely distributed treatment, cure, or vaccine. While LMLL intends in good faith to implement policies and guidelines to help protect against transmission, LMLL cannot guarantee any participant or family member will not be exposed to, contract, or spread COVID-19 during LMLL activities. Any participant or family member who participates in or attends any LMLL activities will necessarily incur a risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.
Click below for the most current safety guidelines that LMLL will be requiring all its participants to follow, which are largely derived from requirements and guidelines of NY State, Westchester County, CDC, and Little League International. PLEASE UNDERSTAND that these guidelines are fluid, as the information available from and procedures set forth by the state, county, CDC, Little League International and other trusted organizations are changing frequently. We will be updating the guidelines as new information becomes available.
In the event of any conflict between these guidelines and LMLL playing rules, the guidelines shall be followed.
There are multiple versions of the guidelines below. The first is the latest 5/10/21 version, the others show changes from the prior versions. Only the first two documents reflect the current version.
|LMLL COVID GUIDELINES 5.10.21.pdf|
|LMLL COVID GUIDELINES 5.10.21 vs 4.16.21.pdf|
|LMLL COVID GUIDELINES 4.16.21 vs 4.4.21.pdf|
|LMLL COVID GUIDELINES 4.4.21 vs 3.8.21.pdf|