Infographic. Graduated return to play guidance following COVID-19 infection

COVID-19 and sport

With risk of cardiological, renal, respiratory and haematological complications,1–5 it is best practice to follow steady resumption of training, paying attention to physical and psychological factors after COVID-19 infection.

Scope of this infographic

This guidance takes into account public health guidelines in the UK (although we hope its content is relevant more widely) and available expert opinion at time of publication and is for use by healthcare practitioners. It is applicable to performance athletes who have had mild to moderate illness. Those requiring hospital admission merit further assessment.

https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2020/06/22/bjsports-2020-102637

Leaders Have Two Key Responsibilities as Sports Rebound From the Pandemic

“More athletes will most likely be injured over the next 24 months than in any similar period in the history of modern sports. The CEOs of leagues, teams, and player associations must be involved in how athletes and coaches return to play.”

Article by  Steve Gera and Dave Anderson  

https://www.sporttechie.com/sports-coronavirus-covid-19-pandemic-return-to-play

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