Special Olympics Wisconsin is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our athletes, volunteers, coaches, officials, staff, and all that contribute to the success of our athletes in training and events. Below are protocol and accompanying materials for guidance on Returning to Play.

SOWI Return to Play: Protocols based on Local COVID Risk Levels

Special Olympics Wisconsin is utilizing the seven-day average of reported cases per 100,000 people to determine the level of COVID risk in the community. This statistic will guide activities based on a Low COVID Rate (Green), Moderate COVID Rate (Yellow), or Significant COVID Rate (Orange). This statistic updates daily and local data can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Health website: https://arcg.is/0yz4uv. For event planning purposes, the COVID Rate on the Wednesday prior to the event will be the numbers used for what COVID protocols will be in place at the event.

Local Programs will no longer need to go through the previous phasing process. Local Program’s risk level is based on the number for their host county. If a Local Program crosses counties, the risk level will be assessed based on the location of practices. If a Local Program’s county does not post information, the default will be to the State Rolling 7-Day Average per 100,000 people. SOWI will provide updates to Local Programs when their status changes.

Please email covid@SpecialOlympicsWisconsin.org if you have any questions.

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