Youth sports are playing a key role in helping kids get through the coronavirus pandemic as Northern Virginia begins Phase Two of its gradual reopening. Arlington Little League chief Adam Balutis said baseball is not going to look the way it did last summer. A lot of time, in the beginning, will be spent teaching social distancing as it pertains to playing baseball for his players and coaches.
According to wtop.com
, "We had 1,400 people sign up in the spring, and about 80% of them want to have some kind of season, some kind of semblance of something for the kids to do,” Balutis said. Players won’t be able to sit in the dugout together or share equipment. There will also be social distancing requirements for parents who show up to watch as well."
As per wtop.com, "Balutis said he has been working closely with the county’s parks and recreation department, which sets the timeline for when certain activities can resume. Currently, Arlington County only permits practices and training. Balutis said he is hopeful games can resume next month."
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