What do I need to do as Puncher, in the following cases?

If you have (small) symptoms of corona, stay home and contact GGD: 0800-1202 or www.coronatest.nl. Stay home till you know the result of the test.

I got corona

If your test is positive, you're not allowed to join a match, practice or Punch activity. You need to go in isolation. We would like to know if your test is positive, if you're okay with that (bestuur@punch.tudelft.nl or +316 244 675 80).

You need to follow the instructions of the GGD. They will contact you and your team if you need to be in quarantine.

With what symptoms am I not allowed to join the practice?

You need to listen to the rules of the RIVM, check this site. So if you have cold symptoms (nasal cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat), coughing, shortness of breath, elevated temperature, a fever or sudden loss of taste and smell (without nasal congestion).

Someone in my team is going to test for corona

Roadmap:

1. How many persons in your team have symptoms of corona?

  • 1 or 2 persons in the team have symptoms of corona

- Inform all teammembers as soon as possible.
- The persons with symptoms need to stay home and have to test themselves. The practices and matches can continue as long as the person(s) don't know the result. 
- The other teammembers can still play volleyball during practices and matches, but need to be careful watching their health.

  • 3 or more persons have symptoms of corona (arised at the same day or 1 or 2 days difference) 

- Inform all teammembers and the Board as soon as possible.
- The next matches and practices will be cancelled till the testresults are clear. The people with symptoms stay home and test themselves.
- All teammembers need to monitor their helath strictly. This means: you need to measure temperature twice a day and watch your health.

2. Negative or positive?

  • Negative: the people that got tested don't have corona

The whole team can play again.

  • Positive: the people that got tested have corona

Everyone needs to follow the instructions of the GGD. If that person doesn't have any symptoms for 24 hours and it was minimal 7 days ago that he/ she got sick, that person can play again.

Someone in my team has been tested positive

How many persons in your team have been tested positive?

  • 1 or 2 persons are tested positive

- Inform all teammembers and the Board as soons as possible.
- The persons that got tested positive, need to follow the instructions of the GGD: go in isolation for at least 7 days till you have no symptoms for at least 24 hours. And do a source and contact investigation with the GGD.
- Did your team play a match in the 48 hours before one person got symptoms? Inform the opponent and officials. All persons that are close contact* need to go in quarantine for at least 10 days, first day is the moment of contact with the positive person. The other persons can still play matches or have practices, unless the GGD tells something else.
- Do you have problems playing a match because a lot of people are in quarantine? Please tell the Board so they can cancel the match.

* You're close contact of someone if...
- you're his/ her roommate.
- you were for longer than 15 minutes in 1,5 metres.
- you hugged or yelled (the time doesn't matter)... high risk exposure

  • 3 or more persons have tested positive and got symptoms in the same period

- Inform the teammembers and the Board as soon as possible.
- It's a big chance the spreading of the virus was during sport. So the infections are categorized as cluster by the GGD. The persons that got tested positive need to follow the instructions of the GGD: go in isolation for at least 7 days till you have no symptoms for at least 24 hours. And do a source and contact investigation with the GGD. The other teammembers go in quarantine for at least 10 days, first day is the moment of contact with the positive person.
- As Board you need to contact the GGD and follow their advise.
- Contact the Nevobo for the consequences of the competition.
- Did your team play a match in the 48 hours before one person got symptoms? Inform the opponent and officials. All persons that are close contact* need to go in quarantine for at least 10 days, first day is the moment of contact with the positive person. The other persons can still play matches or have practices, unless the GGD tells something else.
- Do you have problems playing a match because a lot of people are in quarantine? Please tell the Board so they can cancel the match.

* You're close contact of someone if...
- you're his/ her roommate.
- you were for longer than 15 minutes in 1,5 metres.
- you hugged or yelled (the time doesn't matter)... high risk exposure

NOC*NSF guidelines

In general, sporters are not longer than 15 minutes very close to each other, so the GGD doesn't see teammates as 'other non-close contacts'. In this case, players can join matches, but need to pay attention on physical symptoms (see 'With what symptoms am I not allowed to join the practice?') and take their responsibility during activities.

Besides that, the following applies: safety first. If you know the person, who was tested positive, was in your 1,5 meter, please go in quarantine as long as the government tells you to.

This information is from the NOC*NSF site.

A roommate is being tested

Please check the poster below:

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