Must be free of fever, malaise (feeling ill), etc. No new blisters developed in past 72 hours (3 days). Existing lesions must be covered in a dry crust. Completed a minimum 120 hours (5 days) systemic antiviral therapy as prescribed by physician. Tinea aka Ringworm Tinea aka Ringworm is a fungal infection that can be seen anywhere but is most commonly found on the head (tinea capitis) or upper body (tinea corporis) i. Signs and Symptoms: Lesion: Round, reddened, scaly plaque with raised borders. Though normally circular in shape, the lesion may present with a more irregularly shaped border in athletes. Return to play guidelines: Oral or Topical fungicide medicine as prescribed by physician for at least 72 hours (3 days) for tinea corporis or 14 days for tinea capitis. Lesions must be adequately covered when the athlete is cleared to return to activity.