A5 Gwinnett COVID Policy
A5 Gwinnett intends to follow recommendations and guidelines put forth by the Georgia Department of Health and CDC.
Per current Georgia Department of Health guidelines, if you are fully vaccinated, masks are no longer required. If you are not vaccinated, it is encouraged that you continue to wear a mask. As always, please continue to practice social distancing when possible.
A5 Gwinnett is currently permitting spectators during training/practice sessions.
All individuals must self-monitor before entering the facility by reviewing the following questions. If the answers to any of these questions are "yes," you should not enter the facility.
Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms:
c. Shortness of breath?
d. Recent loss of sense of smell or taste?
If an individual is feeling generally unwell, they should not, under any circumstances, enter the practice facility. If an individual begins feeling unwell while in the facility, they should leave the facility as soon as possible and restrict interactions with others before leaving the facility.
If a player or coach comes down with the COVID-19 virus, they will not be able to return to the gym until after a presumptive 5-day period of quarantine in accordance with the prevailing CDC and State of Georgia guidelines.
Reporting COVID Positive Tests
Any A5 Gwinnett athlete who has tested positive for COVID should report this information to their head coach. The head coach and director will review the case and relay current quarantine guidelines outlined by the Georgia Department of Health and CDC, depending on vaccination status.