The National Sports Center will be following State and CDC guidance by strongly recommending all non-vaccinated individuals wear masks while in NSC facilities. Masks are also reccomended if there is high community spread (see link below for up-to-date community levels).
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Whether or not you are fully vaccinated:
In general, a close contact (exposure) means being less than 6 feet from someone for 15 minutes or more throughout a 24-hour period. However, even shorter periods of time or longer distances can result in spread of the virus. The longer someone is close to the person who has COVID-19, and the closer they are, the greater the chance the virus can spread.
COVID-19 can take up to 14 days to make you sick. You can spread COVID-19 to others a couple days before you have any symptoms, or even if you never have any symptoms, so it is important to separate yourself from others after an exposure so you don't spread the virus without knowing it.
If you are at high risk of severe illness, you may be able to get medicine to prevent disease. Refer to COVID-19 Medication Options for more information.
Fully vaccinated: It has been 14 days (two weeks) since you received the second dose in a two-dose series or the first dose in a one-dose series of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Not fully vaccinated: Either you have not been vaccinated or it has not yet been 14 days (two weeks) since your last dose in your COVID-19 vaccine series.
Quarantine: Staying home and away from others when you might have been exposed to the virus.
Isolation: Staying home and away from others when you test positive, feel sick, or have symptoms of the virus.
If you have close contact with someone who has had a positive COVID-19 test (regardless of whether a test occurs at a clinic, testing site, at home, or at another setting), follow the appropriate guidance below.
If you are not fully vaccinated
If you are fully vaccinated
If you had COVID-19 in the past three months
If you have recovered from COVID-19 in the past three months and are exposed again: