Below is an outline of the Pittsburgh Curling Club’s response plan for members who may be at risk for COVID.

 

Guidelines for Responding to Symptomatic Individuals

The following is a general response for members of Pittsburgh Curling Club or visitors who exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, persistent coughing, and/or shortness of breath.

If you have or think you may have symptoms of COVID-19

  • If currently on PCC premises, the symptomatic individual must go home immediately.
    • If the symptomatic individual does not have immediate access to transportation, they will be asked to wait alone in a room with the door closed until transportation arrives.
  • The symptomatic individual should promptly┬ácall┬átheir health care provider, the league drawmaster and club president.
  • Report the areas of the building that have been exposed so the room can be cleaned by designated personnel.

If you are diagnosed with COVID-19

  • Self isolation at home following CDC and PA Health Department guidelines is mandatory
  • Report any areas of the building that you may be been exposed to so these areas can be cleaned by designated personnel.
  • You must inform your league drawmaster and club president to allow contact tracing to be implemented.
  • Clearance from a healthcare professional will be required before you can return to the club

If an immediate family member or someone you are currently living with is diagnosed with COVID-19

  • Self isolation at home following CDC and PA Health Department guidelines is mandatory
  • You must inform your league drawmaster and club president to allow contact tracing to be implemented if necessary.
  • Clearance from a healthcare professional will be required before you can return to the club

If someone you have come in contact with for >10 minutes is diagnosed with COVID-19

  • Self-monitor your symptoms and temperature every day for 14 days since the exposure, looking for a temperature greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, persistent cough, chills or shortness of breath.
  • Remain at home
  • If you have no symptoms you may come to the club provided you maintain social distancing , maintain strict hand washing and limit contact with curling club members much as possible