During the COVID pandemic, you may be wondering if it is possible to have a socially distanced baseball camp. The answer: Yes! At Koa Sports in Maryland, we know now more than ever your children need an outlet and baseball camp is one of the ways they can feel team-participation and  closeness with their peers. We are aware that in order for your kids to play baseball, we need to be doing everything on our end we can to make this safe for them and we’d love to speak with you about how we are following CDC guidelines and maintaining a clean facility. Want to see what we can do for your kids who want to play baseball? Reach out to us now. 

Top Ways We Are Working to Protect Your Children 

We understand that kids, especially younger ones, may not be fully aware of the dangers of COVID. This is why we take on as much responsibility as we can regarding the hygiene of our facility and working with the children at our baseball camp to maintain COVID-compliance. Some of the ways we encourage children to be safe at baseball camp while socially distancing are:

  • Limiting Interaction. Social distancing only works well if everyone who participates takes it seriously. We understand that especially during a sports camp like baseball, it is not possible to completely maintain the necessary 6-foot social distancing rule. That said, we encourage players and staff to limit their interactions with one another and make interactions as short as possible. 
  • Limiting Shared Equipment. We encourage all players to bring their own equipment. While we will be disinfecting everything that is shared between players and staff, a huge way we can limit the spread of COVID is by players bringing their own baseball equipment. 
  • Wearing a Mask. In addition to maintaining a 6-foot distance between players and staff, we require children who are 9 years and older to wear a face mask as often as possible. Any amount of time a face mask is worn can help stop the spread. 
  • Limiting Attendance. We know you want to cheer your child on as they play baseball. However, the fewer people there are in attendance for our baseball events, the less opportunity COVID will have to spread. This allows for the kids and staff members to have a better chance of maintaining proper social distancing protocols. 

If you are interested in seeing how your child can participate in our socially distanced baseball camp, call Koa Sports now.