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Washing Your Hands: A USL Championship Field Guide

By Staff, 03/23/20, 11:30AM EDT


Players and mascots are looking out for you with helpful tips on following CDC guidelines

One of the most important things for everyone to do during the current COVID-19 pandemic is to regularly wash our hands. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, everyone should “wash [their] hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.”

So, in practical terms, what does that look like?

Let’s check in with some clubs around the Championship, who have been offering helpful guides.

El Paso Locomotive FC

Let's start off with your friendly local Canadian Drew Beckie, who's got a winning song to make sure you scrub up for 20 seconds.

Remember, 20 seconds, or it doesn't count.

Louisville City FC

LouCity Director of Community Development Evan Floyd gets So Fresh and So Clean.

Forward Antoine Hoppenot is certain I Will Survive.

Director of Public Relations Howie Lindsey show you This is How We Do it.

However you do it, do it with a song.

Sacramento Republic FC

Or, if a song isn't your thing, how about a chant?

Sacramento Republic FC's Villyan Bijev channels his inner Tower Bridge Battalion to make sure he's scrubbed up properly.

Las Vegas Lights FC

Even club mascots have to keep their hands clean too, as demonstrated by Las Vegas Lights FC's Cash the Soccer Rocker.

Of course, that can lead to unintended consequences...

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