Published: 5/18/2020 5:22:59 PM
His return to sports is at least six more weeks based on the “Four Phase Approach” plan issued by the Charlie Baker Reopening Advisory Board Monday morning.
Each phase will last a minimum of three weeks because the country is slowly allowing business, services and activities to continue. The aim is to avoid the rise of COVID-19.
During Phase 1, on May 25, most fishing, hunting and boating activities can return. Some fields and athletic fields are also allowed to be opened.
During Phase 2, all athletics and fields can be opened. Sports for young people can start with “limited mode.”
During Phase 3, youth sports with games and tournaments can begin. Games and tournaments must limit crowd size. Fitness centers and fitness centers can also be opened with restrictions and some capacity restrictions.
There are specific guidelines for each phase. Throughout the whole process of reopening, the state encourages everyone to cover their faces, wash their hands, maintain social distance, pay attention to symptoms and stay home if they feel sick.
During Phase 1, meetings are limited to less than 10 people, all travelers to Massachusetts are urged to quarantine themselves for 14 days.
During Phases 2 and 3, crowd size will be determined based on trends in public health data.
Phase 4 will be a full continuation of recreation and outdoor activities.
Bay State Games is canceled
All Bay State Games events originally scheduled for May 30 to July 26 will be canceled with consideration for the health and well-being of all athletes, officials, coaches, medical staff, and volunteers.
The organization said in its release on Monday that, “The challenges and uncertainties presented by COVID-19 prevented the organization from planning, organizing and making the right events in 30 different sports this year.”
This summer, the Bay State Games will celebrate the 39th annual Summer Party.
“We are committed to the health and well-being of our constituents. It is very important to keep everyone safe during this unprecedented period, “said Executive Director, Kevin Cummings. “Even though this was a very difficult decision, we believe it is appropriate given the impact of an unprecedented pandemic on everyone, as well as our ability to produce events this year”
Bil Smith didn’t waste time getting to know golf.
Smith recorded his third career hole-in-one at the University Club of Greenfield over the weekend.
Smith won Number 5 at the CCG, using iron 7 from 130 yards. His achievements were witnessed by Jack and Patrick Varner and John Zaniewski.
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