18 & Under World 100s
New England Swimming
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General Rhode Island Information and Guidance
State of Rhode Island. Department of Health


It's more important than ever that we all stay informed. Please, stay socially distanced, wash your hands, and wear a mask anytime you’re with people you don’t live with. Together, we can keep our COVID-19 case numbers trending in the right direction.

If you know someone who needs a way to stay up-to-date on the latest measures Rhode Island is taking to stop the spread of COVID-19, please encourage them to sign up for these emails through this link: lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/eYMG9tf. The better we all stay informed, the better we'll be able to keep ourselves, our families, and our friends safe from COVID-19.

-Gina Raimondo


UPDATES March 2021

Reopening RI

Gyms & Fitness Center Guidelines

RI Covid Travel Tips

Protect your household guidence

PDF: Advisory regarding face coverings and cloth masks


Liquid Space Swim Club current 'best principals policy' for swimmers with positive test results.

         LSSC coaches, staff members, umpires/officials, or players who get sick, are asked to notify Coach Kiely.  Club will contact RIDOH and notify team members with contact tracing.  If a swimmer test positve for Covid-19 they should not return until they have met CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation. People who are ill with COVID-19 might need to stay home longer than 10 days and up to 20 days after symptoms first appeared. Your doctor may determine whether testing will be necessary before you can be around others.  Swimmers should contact  LSSC Head Coach to discuss date to return to training with club.  Swimers will be asked to have a doctors note or negative test results to resume training.


PDF:Covid "What to do"

USA Swimming through a crisis

CDC Center for Disease Control and Prevention




Connecticut (being updated)

Massachuesetts (being updated)


Helpful definitions:

Isolation and Quarantine separate people who have or may have COVID-19 or another contagious disease from people who are not sick. more
    •    Isolation is for people who are already sick whether or not they have symptoms.
    •    Quarantine is for people who are not sick, but have been exposed. 10 Tips for at-Home Quarantine or Self-Monitoring

Quarantine if a close contact you don’t live with tests positive. Generally, a close contact is someone you have been within six feet of for 15 minutes or more starting two days before they got tested or started having symptoms of COVID-19.  Someone that you briefly interacted with from a distance of more than six feet is not a close contact.
    •    Stay home (quarantine) for 14 days from the day they were last with you.
    •    Call your employer/school to inform them you are a close contact .
  Stay home awaiting a call from RIDOH.

Medical Information
  Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.
    •    Cough
    •    Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    •    Fever or chills
    •    Muscle or body aches
    •    Sore throat
    •    Headache
    •    Nausea or vomiting
    •    Diarrhea
    •    Runny nose or stuffy nose
    •    Fatigue
    •    Recent loss of taste or smell