Message from Seattle
Posted by Face mask on June 24, 2020, 4:51 pm, in reply to "Re: Mask"
The event is a go, we have counties that have moved to Phase 3 - Return to team sports. We have secured six different complexes, based on daily needs. Please leave this to the tournament staff and quit calling the parks department. |
Where are mask or coverings required in Washington State? Here is the official answer from the Governors Office.
A mask or face covering is required in all public indoor settings. They are also required in any outdoor public setting where social distancing of six feet isn't possible.
Basically, if its an area where people are in close proximity to those they don't live with, a face covering or face mask will be required. But there are some common-sense exceptions to this order.
Outdoor areas where people can stay at least six feet apart won't require face masks or coverings. If a face mask or covering would interfere with breathing during an outdoor recreational activity, it can be removed.
Also, when eating or drinking at a restaurant, a mask or covering won't be required.
So to assist you all, you wonít need to wear a mask while playing.
Start Times Per Division
Men's Dual I - Thursday Morning at 8AM
Women's Dual II - Thursday Evening at 5PM
Men's Dual II - Friday Afternoon at 11AM - Finish Sunday
Women's Dual II - Saturday Morning at 8AM Finish Saturday Night
**Per Team Fee Charged In Place of $5 Per Day Gate Fee**
Men's Major Event Teams - $200
Women's Major Event Teams - $150