HealthyVerify Helps Volleyball Players Get Back On The Court In The West Valley

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.)

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Young volleyball players in the City of Goodyear are going to be able to get back on the court thanks to help from HealthyVerify Certification (HVC).

Scottsdale-based HVC helps workplaces, retail stores, event venues, school districts and sports leagues develop best health safety practices during the pandemic to abide by COVID-19 related mandates.

That includes the City of Goodyear’s Youth Volleyball League. HVC has helped the volleyball league figure out how to safely hold games and practices. HVC has also certified those protocols giving parents, players and coaches confidence that the best health safety practices are being implemented.

HealthyVerify Certification is the country’s only independent medically based, scientific, and professional full service certification company helping to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

Part of the HVC Procedures for City of Goodyear’s Youth Volleyball includes limiting attendance, symptom screenings for players, coaches, referees and fans, regular cleaning of game balls and monitoring players for coughing. Players will have to bring their own water bottles because water fountains have been turned off as a precaution and fans will have to bring their own chairs because bleachers will not be available.

HVC has also assisted the City of Goodyear with COVID-19 curbing efforts at their recreation centers and parks, as well as the Spring Training complex for the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds.

HealthyVerify Certification and its team of medical experts from Barrow Neurological Institute and researchers at Arizona State University have also aided the Avondale Elementary School District, Phoenix Rising FC soccer team, Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona, Mountainside Fitness and many others with their efforts to reopen and stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic.