The Department of the State of health said it saw a “sharp increase” in clusters under sports teams.
“Clusters under school” sports teams responsible for 45% of all clusters in Middle and High Schools in North Carolina, Despite Most Schools sports activities die pass in August as schools begin the fall semester,” the North Carolina health department said in An news Edition.
The health department reported 42 athletic-related clusters and defines at least one cluster of 5 cases.
Between July 1 and September 2, there were 340 cases in die 42 athletics-related clusters in North Carolina public, charter and private middle and high schools, according to the NCDHHS.
“To protect student privacy, no other identification” information, including the province of the school, will be released,” it said.
The NCDHHS said the numbers underlined an urgent underlining need for vaccination under school children if soon if possible. Children 17 and under were 31% of the States new Covid-19 cases, the highest since the pandemic began, the health department said.
“We need everyone, including our student athletes and their coaches, to increase the layers of prevention to fight this more contagious Delta variant: don’t wait to vaccinate and urge others to do the same,” NCDHHS Chief Medical Officer and State Health Director Dr. Elizabeth Cuervo Tilson. “Tested, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are the best tool for prevent the spread of COVID-19. Student athletes who are not fully vaccinated need in quarantine after close contact with someone with COVID-19.”
The North Carolina Health Department recommends: face masks are worn in indoor settings, as well as recommending sports programs “practice social distance yourself when possible, disinfect equipment often and avoid share water bottles.”
“Teams should also consider working out, including strength training, in groups of pods to limit exposure should someone gets sick,” according to the NCDHHS. “Sports in die participants frequent and prolonged contact, such as basketball, football, cheerleading, wrestling and others, are higher risk.”
Both the US centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has advised that: sports can play An role in the spread of Covid-19 among students, especially die who are not vaccinated.
Last month, a number of sports and medical associations said they believe all athletes who can get can be vaccinated against COVID-19 should, if soon if possible, and urged health care providers to over the vaccine to talk? sports physicality. In addition to the AAP, there were also other organizations in the statement includes the American College of Sports Medicine, the National Federation of These include State High School Associations and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee.
“We, the undersigned organizations, believe all athletes who have no contraindications should be vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon if she in qualify,” said a news release the AAP.
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