Does anyone follow up on the anonymous tip?
Does the OP bear any consequences if they in fact are lying?
Amazing how a crisis can be used. And no, someone shouldn't knowingly be positive and working with kids. But I also saw a release today saying 10 days from the onset of symptoms and you really don't need a negative test, (newest CDC recommendations to help preserve testing materials for those that truly need them). So reporting to a principal who has to follow up when maybe this person is 10 days out of the onset of symptoms. Or had a negative test? Why does the OP have instant credibility? Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? Making the coach prove their innocence? Shouldn't the OP or principal have to prove their guilt?
So again, we have crossed a very dangerous line when it's time to "anonymously report people". I'm not a conspiracy theorist but what's next?