COVID - 19 UPDATES

LATEST UPDATES ON THE 2021 TROPICAL 7s

The impact of the COVID pandemic has greatly affected the entire sport industry including the participation in youth sports events like the Tropical 7s. We will continue to issue updates with more information — so please keep an eye on this space in the days and weeks to come. For our 2021 event, see more information on the 2021 TROPICAL 7S RUGBY RE-BOOT.

 

UPDATE -- 12 JANUARY 2021 

The Tropical 7s continues to monitor closely the evolving COVID situation and the uncertainty it is causing. At the same time, we see that return to play in the USA is happening across all sports including rugby.  It is the goal of the Tropical 7s to meet the needs of the rugby community while maintaining a safe and healthy environment.

 

Based on the feedback from the rugby community and the requests from teams who would like to come to Orlando and experience the Tropical 7s this year, we have launched the 2021 TROPICAL 7S RUGBY RE-BOOT -- which will provide a unique opportunity for youth and U23/University teams to return to rugby in a safe environment under the warm Florida sunshine. 

COVID protocols will be in place 2021 TROPICAL 7S RUGBY RE-BOOT, which must be respected at all times. The Tropical 7s is currently developing the health and safety protocols that will be in place. The Tropical 7s will be strictly enforcing COVID-related mandates issued by local, state, and national authorities, as well as any USA Rugby mandated protocols. Teams and participants will risk expulsion for any non-compliance.  Full details of the event's safety protocols will be released in the near future.

UPDATE — 04 DECEMBER 2020

 

We remain optimistic that we will be able to host an event in April 2021. We continue to monitor the impacts of COVID-19 on a daily basis. We understand the situation remains uncertain as to the direction of the virus and its impact on public safety and health policy, which in turn impacts the return to play for the sport of rugby. We are also aware that different countries, and even states within the USA, find themselves at different points along the return to play process.

 

We are currently analysing how the 2021 Tropical 7s can best meet the needs of the rugby community and considering all ways where we can be adaptive so we can host a safe and healthy environment for participants who are eager to have a positive rugby experience. We fully welcome ideas from across our rugby community that will help us understand what is possible for individual teams such that we can have an event that will meet the needs and wants of the teams. We therefore ask for feedback regarding your current situation regarding return to play, your intention to participate in the 2021 Tropical 7s, and welcome ideas on how we can adapt our event that would continue to meet your needs as rugby's return to play progresses. Please send us your feedback using the form at the bottom of this page or email your feedback to info@tropical7s.com.

GENERAL STATEMENT

We are actively reviewing the current situation that continues to change and evolve rapidly. We understand there remains much uncertainty regarding the return of play for the rugby community. As the time draws nearer to our event dates of 2-3 April for the 2021 Tropical 7s, we will be using this page to communicate and provide updates. Thank you as always for the continued support of the Tropical 7s!

USEFUL LINKS

US Centre for Disease Control - COVID 19 Resources:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Florida Health COVID 19 Page: https://floridahealthcovid19.gov

CDC Travel Planner: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-planner/index.html

General Enquiry | info@tropical7s.com

Contact Our Team: 

USA Office | John Siner, Executive Director

john@tropical7s.com

+1.321.305.0330

UK Office | Alex Proctor-Pearson, International Director

alex@tropical7s.com

+44 7867 516847

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