It’s a good thing the football program is shut down for the time being.
The University of Georgia recently sent out a memo to its faculty and staff regarding a new policy for anyone who traveled outside of the United States over UGA’s spring break. It outlines a mandatory self-quarantine procedure upon returning, regardless of health status. This policy applies to students as well
This memo was forwarded to Georgia Bulldogs coaches and staff.
The memo reads in part:
“If you have traveled anywhere outside of the United States over Spring Break, you MUST NOT return to a UGA campus or facility.”
“Anyone who has traveled internationally in the past 14 days MUST self-quarantine until you have been asymptomatic for a period of 14 days from the date of entering/re-entering the United States.”
According to social media posts, it is believed that Georgia head coach Kirby Smart, a few of his assistant coaches, and a number of Georgia Bulldogs players spent part of Spring Break outside the United States. It appears they will now have to self-quarantine.
Smart is believed to have traveled to Costa Rica during his Spring Break, per photos posted to Instagram by his wife Mary Beth Smart.
Maybe he can join The Portal Master™ for some R & R.
6 responses to “Taking a break from a break”
Kirby is gonna scratch his eyeballs out if he can’t go to campus, hold practices, or recruit for a few weeks.
Kirby needs a break. Its all good.
I went to Rome GA. Does that count?
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God’s country son
Kirby is just going to be on Skype, Zoom, and FaceTime 24/7 instead of the road.
Kirby and his staff getting COVID-19 while on vacation would convince me that our program is cursed.