Covid Guidance / Club Policies

Covid Officer:  Charlotte Bailey

Email:  charlotte.baileymws@gmail.com​

Government restrictions apply - our Manor Road facility remains closed until further notice to all members of the public, with the exception of 1 parent/guardian per player if under 18 for safeguarding purposes. 

​We continue to work tirelessly to ensure that we comply with the guidance issued from the FA and the Government so that we can provide a COVID-19 secure environment for our players and visitors.  Please click on the links below for further information

All participants (including spectators) must perform a Self-Screen Check before travelling to Madeley White Star FC.  This is a mandatory check and 

participants who refuse to confirm this will be asked to leave our facility.

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Club Safety Briefing​

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Full Risk Assessment

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Training and Matchday Risk Assessment

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Pre-Training and Pre-Matchday Checklist

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Self Screening Policy before training and match day

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Track and Trace Policy

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Self Isolate - Test - Inform Club Procedure

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Behaviour Code of Conduct Policy

Madeley White Star FC Covid-19 Safeguarding Policy

First Aid during Covid-19

NHS QR Code - Madeley White Star FC

Madeley White Star FC - Club Officials Participation Consent Form

Madeley White Star FC - Club Player Participation Consent Form

For the latest Government guidance

For the latest guidance from Staffordshire FA

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If you have symptoms of coronavirus

  1. isolate: as soon as you experience coronavirus symptoms, medical advice is clear: you must self-isolate for at least 10 days. Anyone else in your household must self-isolate for 14 days from when you started having symptoms

  2. test: get a free NHS test immediately to check if you have coronavirus or call 119 if you have no internet access

  3. results: if your test is positive, you must complete the remainder of your 10-day self-isolation. Anyone in your household must also complete self-isolation for 14 days from when you started having symptoms. Failure to self-isolate for the full time-period can result in a fine, starting from £1,000. If your test is negative you will no longer be required to self-isolate, though you may wish to do so if you still feel unwell and have symptoms similar to coronavirus. If your test is negative, other household members no longer need to self-isolate.

  4. share contacts: if you test positive for coronavirus, NHS Test and Trace will send you a text or email alert or call you with instructions of how to share details of people with whom you have had close, recent contact and places you have visited. It is important that you respond quickly and accurately so that we can give appropriate advice to those who need it. You will be told to do this online via a secure website or you will be called by one of our contract tracers. If NHS Test and Trace contact tracers are unable to contact you for 24 hours, they may pass your case to your local authority to follow up by phone or in person.
     

If you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace because you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus
 

  1. alert: you will be alerted by NHS Test and Trace if you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus. The alert will usually come by text, email or phone call. You should then log on to the NHS Test and Trace website, which is normally the easiest way for you and the service to communicate with each other – but, if not, a trained call handler will talk you through what you must do. Under-18s will get a phone call and a parent or guardian will be asked to give permission for the call to continue

  2. isolate: you will be told to begin self-isolation for 14 days from your last contact with the person who has tested positive. It’s really important to do this even if you don’t feel unwell because, if you have been infected, you could become infectious to others at any point up to 14 days. Failure to self-isolate for the full time-period can result in a fine, starting from £1,000. Your household doesn’t need to self-isolate with you, if you do not have symptoms, but they must take extra care to follow the guidance on social distancing and handwashing and avoid contact with you at home

  3. test if needed: if you develop symptoms of coronavirus, other members of your household must self-isolate immediately at home for 14 days and you must get a test to check if you have coronavirus or call 119 if you have no internet access. If your test is positive, you must continue to stay at home for at least 10 days and we will get in touch to ask about your contacts since they must self-isolate. If your test is negative, you must still complete your 14-day self-isolation period because the virus may not be detectable yet – this is crucial to avoid unknowingly spreading the virus.

 

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