Corona guidelines in SKK (updated 09/10/2021)
Always contact the club if you are infected:
Follow these guidelines if you are a close contact:
Children can be close contacts in two different ways:
1. Close contact to an infected person in the household.
2. Close contact to a person outside the household (in connection to school, daycare or leisure activities).
If the child is a close contact to an infected person in the household (1): Follow general guidelines (similar to guidelines for adults, see sst.dk). If the child has had a sleepover with an infected child, he or she is not considered close contact to a person in the household but follow guidelines in 2.
If the child is a close contact to a person outside the household (2) (this includes school, daycare, leisure activities) he or she follows a different set of guidelines. All children in the same class/sport team are per definition close contacts if a child or a coach is infected.
IF THE CHILD HAS NO SYMPTOMS and is a close contact to a coach/other child in the team: Day 1: test as quick as possible (PCR or quick test). They can meet up for the activity as soon as they have a negative test result. Follow up with PCR test on day 4 and day 6 of last contact to the infected person. Isolation is not necessary if the child has no symptoms.
If the child has previously been infected within the last 12 weeks: no tests are necessary.
If the child is vaccinated or has previously been infected within the last 12 months: The first test (day 1) is not necessary.
Children under the age of 2: No test or isolation is necessary.
If you do not wish to be tested: Go into isolation until 7 days after last contact with the infected person.
IF THE CHILD HAS SYMPTOMS and is a close contact to a coach/other child in the team: Follow general guidelines for close contacts (isolate and test day 4 and 6). This also applies to children under the age of 2.
If the child is informed that she/he is a close contact while at school or at an activity outside of school: The child can wait to have a test done until the activity has ended but should pay attention to the general infection prevention advice. The child will not have to go into isolation.
During the period when the child is waiting for a PCR test result on day 4 and 6 of close contact to an infected person: The child can go to school and participate in scheduled leisure activities, such as sport activities. The child is recommended to stay home from “special” activities, such as competitions, camps etc. It is recommended that the child stay home from “non-scheduled” activities such as playdates, birthdays family visits etc.
OLDER THAN 9th CLASS
Close contacts attending secondary education and/or adults follow the general guidelines from the health authorities. Keep updated via sst.dk.