Welcome to the Sporting Brookside COVID-19 information page. Your #1 resource for updates regarding the Coronavirus and how it is impacting our organization and plans for future play.
As we continue to adapt to the situation and look forward to it’s end, we’ll keep updating you through email, social media outlets, and this page, so check back in frequently!
Sporting Brookside families,
The City of Kansas City has issued several reopening rules pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a non-profit organization, Sporting Brookside’s mission is to improve the community’s health and well-being through the sport of soccer.
Please continue to check KCMO Reopens FAQ for updated information including rules about outside group gathering sizes and mask requirements at the link provided below. Also make sure to read the Return to Play Guidelines for Sporting Fields and Athletics also provided below.
CDC is responding to a pandemic of respiratory disease spreading from person-to-person caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The disease has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). This situation poses a serious public health risk. The federal government is working closely with state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, as well as public health partners, to respond to this situation. COVID-19 can cause mild to severe illness; most severe illness occurs in older adult and individual with existing health issues. Situation in U.S. Different parts of the country are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity. The United States nationally is in the acceleration phase of the pandemic. The duration and severity of each pandemic phase can vary depending on the characteristics of the virus and the public health response. CDC and state and local public health laboratories are testing for the virus that causes COVID-19. View CDC’s Public Health Laboratory Testing map. All 50 states have reported cases of COVID-19 to CDC. U.S. COVID-19 cases include: Imported cases in travelers Cases among close contacts of a known case Community-acquired cases where the source of the infection is unknown. Most U.S. states are reporting some community spread of COVID-19. View latest case counts, deaths, and a map of states with reported cases.