It’s a troubling time to go all out on sports with all the variants happening with the pandemic. Normalcy is a word that has left us and we’re trying to claw our way to get back to it. San Francisco is on the verge bring back outdoor sports at its own pace. Here are the highlights:
- San Francisco has been given the green light for outdoor sports, they’re still delaying things for a bit.
- They have a reopening plan that’s a bit dynamic according to the public health context and the state’s guidance.
- The San Francisco Department of Public Health said they intend to hit the ground running when they are in the red tier.
- They need to make sure everything follows suit by Tuesday because the football teams need to practice 14 days before competing and the season has to finish by April 17.
- Patrick Walsh, head football coach at Serra High in San Mateo, doesn’t like this roller coaster of emotion that the kids and their parents are experiencing. They’re trying to find out when and if things can get back to some type of normal activity.
- It’s all about unifying and finding a good guideline to help increase safety precautions.
- A year later and “if” should not be a part of the conversation. It should be more about taking action.