Sokol cares about every person in their community. As areas are starting to reopen and the restrictions are beginning to lift, the Central District wants to assure everyone that each gym, facility, and gathering indoor or out, will adhere to the highest level of protection to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and related viruses. The following is a list of protocols that our units follow.
We urge you to join back into the fold as we start to begin again, and experience why being a part of a community is so important. Check out your local Sokol unit on the Contact Us page to see what exciting new events are happening. Also, like our Facebook page to see what's going on in your Sokol community. Let's do this together!
To facilitate the continuous operations of Sokol units within the Central District and to protect the health, safety and welfare of Central District Sokol members and participants by adhering to COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols in compliance with the CDC, state and local guidelines.
The Central District is aware that our members/participants/instructors are essential in our efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 within our units and district. The district will keep our members updated on this policy including individual Sokol unit’s responsibility here on our website.
Members/instructors must notify their Unit presidents and physical director(s) if they have been in a Sokol building within 72 hours of the onset of their symptoms. Unit presidents must notify the Central District president if this occurs.
Must not enter into Central District Sokol buildings if:
● They have experienced any of the COVID-19 symptoms within the last 10 days
● Tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 days
● Been directly exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days
● They have tested positive for COVID-19 and have been within a Central District Sokol in the last 10 days.
Any member/instructor must not enter a Central District Sokol building until 14 days from the onset of their first symptom, or 72 hours of being symptom free.
As we learn more about the virus, guidelines are constantly being updated and it's important to know the facts. Please click below to see the latest information the CDC has to offer on when to self-quarantine, as well as some other helpful tips.
American Sokol wants everyone in their communities to stay healthy and help prevent the spread. Here's some tips for units from the National office to keep everyone in check.