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Sport NFL referees plan to wear masks on the field

14:42  11 july  2020
14:42  11 july  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Referees had to wear face masks during fights before then showering if they were to officiate another bout. After each contest officials strenuously cleaned in and around the ring, wiping down everything from the canvas to the ropes. To see all content on The Sun, please use the Site Map.

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have outlined game-day protocols and an infectious disease emergency response plan for training camp. However, coaches and players who aren't regularly subbing in are "strongly encouraged to wear masks on the side lines." Disposable masks will be

NFL referees are expected to wear masks on the field during games this season.

NFL Referees Association executive director Scott Green told Tom Pelissero of NFL Media that on-field officials are expected to wear some kind of face covering and gloves. Masks are one of the easiest and most effective ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and although players say it’s not practical to ask them to wear masks, officials should be able to do their jobs without masks on.

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League officials informed teams on Thursday of plans that could see players prohibited from As part of the 11-page document sent to each team outlining game-day protocol plans , teams have reportedly also been informed that players and coaches would not be required to wear masks on the sideline

Officials are also looking into using handheld electronic whistles to stop plays, rather than blowing whistles.

The officials’ union is asking for the league to provide testing twice a week, once while the officials are at home and once after they’ve arrived at the game location.

The average age of officials is 53, and with concerns that older officials are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, they are negotiating the possibility of some officials opting out of the season.

NFL referees plan to wear masks on the field originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

Masks won't be required for students in New Hampshire schools .
If New Hampshire schools return to in-person classes in the fall, masks will not be mandated despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation that everyone wear a mask around other people in public. © Steven Senne/AP New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has not mandated that students wear masks when school returns in the fall. Instead, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is giving school districts and teachers the option to design models tailored to their specific situations. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

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