By CBSBoston.com Staff

HAMPTON, NH (CBS) – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has identified multiple confirmed COVID-19 cases tied to a youth wrestling tournament in Hampton. The King of the Mat Wrestling Tournament was held on Saturday, March 6 at the RIM Sports Complex.

The state said anyone who was there between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. may have been exposed and should seek testing. Health officials conducted contact investigations and is notifying close contacts.

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WBZ was not able to reach the organizers of the tournament for comment.

People using the facility Monday night for volleyball and basketball said they were comfortable with the protocols.

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“Enter through one door, exit through another, you know there’s sanitation, they check your temperature I think they do everything they can,” said Rick Korn, whose daughter plays sports at the facility.

April Phelps felt safe bringing her son for basketball. “That’s something that I knew taking this on, that there was a risk this season, but I felt like it was important for my son,” Phelps said.

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“They make it as safe as possible, that’s why we’ve been playing for the last couple of weeks,” said Dylan Spencer.

CBSBoston.com Staff