COVID-19 Health & Safety

4th of july slots Maintaining the highest camp health and safety standards is of utmost importance at Camp Rainbow. Our camp is designed to meet and exceed all local and national health and safety regulations including those set by the American Camp Association (ACA).

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https://unjedenfants.fr/2225-dfr29994-rencontre-divorcée.html The health and wellness of our children, families, and staff are of the utmost importance for Camp Rainbow. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have adjusted our operating procedures and enhanced our health policies to take precautions to provide an appropriate environment for campers, counselors, and staff. We will continue to follow the guidance as we plan for the 2021 camp season.

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stromectol 3 mg pris The following policies and procedures are continually being evaluated and updated based on the latest recommendations from the CDC, and local and state agencies. They may change as we continue to navigate through the pandemic and the information on this page will be updated accordingly.

DAY CAMP FOR 2021
Camp Rainbow is moving from an overnight camp format to a day camp format for the 2021 season. This is in order to meet CDC and local guidelines while still providing an authentic camp experience for our campers.

MODIFIED DROP-OFF/PICK-UP PROCEDURES
Our drop-off procedures have been updated and the carline will be modified to accommodate our health screening process. As families arrive, staff will direct cars to filter into two lines. Each family will be provided with a car identification card that will be posted on each car for drop-off and pick-up. Camper health screenings will take place on an individual basis while the camper is in the vehicle whenever possible. Campers will exit from the passenger’s side of the vehicle and be escorted to their groups after the health screening is completed by a designated counselor.
For pick-up, counselors will identify cars by their car identification card. Designated staff will bring campers to their cars.

HEALTH SCREENING
Upon arrival, all campers and staff will go through a daily health screen before being permitted onto camp property. Health screenings will include a visual check for signs of illness, confirmation that the individual does not have a cough or shortness of breath, and a temperature screening. If a camper has symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath or a member of their household has a current COVID-19 positive test, they will be excluded from camp until any isolation period is complete and the individual has a note from their health care provider stating they may return to camp.

SOCIAL DISTANCING
Social distancing guidelines are a bit different in the camp setting. Campers will be placed in the same group every day with the same counselor(s). Groups will not co-mingle and increased physical distancing will be promoted throughout the day especially during mealtime and snack times. Activities have been modified as needed to limit physical contact. All special guests and visitors have been postponed until further notice.

FACE MASKS WHILE AT CAMP
Our staff will wear cloth face coverings during camp. Masks will be removed when counselors are physically active with campers (i.e. playing sports) and while in the pool.
The CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that children over the age of 2 wear face coverings. In the state of PA, face masks are required except during meal times, swim, and some outdoor activities. Campers will not wear masks during outdoor physical activities or swim periods.

SANITIZING PROCEDURES
Our buildings will continue to be extensively cleaned and disinfected throughout the day with increased attention to frequently touched areas. In addition, staff will rotate materials throughout the day for sanitation between uses by groups. Our camp equipment will be disinfected throughout the day and in between group use. Lifejackets will be washed and sanitized between campers.

MEALTIME
MEAL TIME PRECAUTIONS
A cold breakfast will be served daily to campers along with a hot lunch and an afternoon snack. Counselors will continue to serve campers utilizing our current health and safety policy by wearing gloves and all snacks will be provided as an individual serving. Lunches will be served at staggered times to encourage social distancing.