Hoffman clarifies updated youth sports guidance

HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM) – The Humboldt County Public Health Department announced an update to youth sports guidance which features a major change.

The latest Humboldt Health Alert included this statement: “Beginning today, the state will allow competitions of high- and low-contact sports to resume regardless of indoor or outdoor setting if a county’s case rate is 14 or lower.”

As Humboldt County meets the requirement, this new development will give even more student-athletes a chance to return to play.

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Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Ian Hoffman also clarified who will be allowed at games in addition to athletes and coaches. No spectators will be permitted, but guardians will still be able to attend games.

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“What is allowed for the youth sports, are age appropriate supervision,” Hoffman said. “So an adult or potentially multiple adults depending on the situation and the age, can be there obviously to supervise the youth, but also transport them, be there in case of an injury.”

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Student-athletes, coaches, and guardians will all be required to wear masks.