- A patron who tests positive for COVID-19 must do all of the following:
- Notify TRC so that contact tracing1 and facility sanitation can begin.
- Self-isolate and self-quarantine2 until the patron meets one of the following CDC requirements:
- 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and the patron has no symptoms for the last 72 hours, or
- The patron has a negative test result at least 7 days after the initial positive test result and the patron has no symptoms for the last 72 hours, or
- If patron tested positive but never had symptoms, then patron must:
- wait 14 days since positive test result or
- have subsequent negative test result.
- Receive medical clearance to return to the gym from licensed medical provider.
- A patron who believes that they have symptoms related to COVID-19 must remain away from TRC until the patron receives medical clearance from a licensed medical provider.
- A patron who has close contact3 (which is defined as being less than 6 feet away for 15 minutes or more while not wearing a face covering) with either:
- a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 who has symptoms (and patron’s contact with that person was within the period 2 days before that person developed symptoms and through the end of that person’s self-quarantine) or
- a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 but who has no symptoms (and patron’s contact with that person was within the period 2 days before that person’s test and through the end of that person’s self-quarantine)
- must self-isolate and self-quarantine until:
- 14 days after last exposure to that person or
- the patron receives a negative test result from test taken at least 7 days after last exposure.4
- If you have any questions at all about how the Protocol applies to your specific circumstances, then “better safe than sorry” will be the best course.
1 When you notify TRC about a COVID-positive test result (or contact with someone who is COVID-positive), you will need to be very specific about the dates of exposure and all of the other contacts you may have had with others – both at TRC and away from TRC. You may also need to be interviewed by more than one TRC staff member designated to collect that information.
2 The requirement to self-isolate and self-quarantine assumes that the person has no “close contact” with friends, TRC patrons, family members, and others.
3 Notice that the days for quarantine are tied to the date of a person’s last “close contact” with a COVID positive person – not testing dates or dates when the test results come back for any person included.
4 Notice that relying on a negative test result to return to TRC requires the test to have been administered 7 days after last exposure to the COVID positive person.