(Meredith/CNN) -- Schools across the nation are deciding whether or not it's safe to kick off fall sports.

"We're moving into very troubled waters right now," Dr. Brian Hainline of the NCAA Chief Medical Office, told CNN. "It's a very narrow path to get fall sports right."

The CDC has issued some guidelines when it comes to fall sports, including recommendations like:

-Stay home if you're sick

-Wash your hands frequently, before, during and after practices and games.

-Stay six feet apart

-Bring your own equipment

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