2021

Covid Safety Plan

Proof of Vaccination

 

The Provincial Health Officer is requiring proof of vaccination against COVID-19 for any person wanting to attend restaurants (indoor and patio dining), organized indoor events (eg. weddings, parties, conferences, meetings, workshops), and discretionary organized indoor group recreational classes and activities.

 

As of Sept. 13, people will be required to be partially vaccinated with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to attend Camp Imadene or come as a guest group.

 

As of Oct. 24, people will be required to be fully immunized, at least seven days after receiving two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to attend Camp Imadene or come as a guest group.

 

This applies to everyone age 12 and older. Children 11 years old and younger are exempt from this order.

 

School groups wishing to rent our facility for day use, please contact the camp office at 1.800.445.7575 or e-mail Chris Burdge at executivedirector@imadene.com


 

Mask Mandate

 

As of Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021, masks must be worn in all indoor public spaces throughout B.C. to help slow the transmission of COVID-19 as B.C. prepares for the fall and respiratory illness season.

 

The new order from the provincial health officer will require people 12 and older to wear masks in indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status.

 

Camp Imadene will be requiring masks to be worn indoors for all campers and guest groups.

 

Masks may be removed temporarily in indoor public places to identify the individual wearing the mask or to consume food or beverage at a location designated for this purpose.

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Camp Imadene Day Camp Covid-19 Safety-Plan

 

Camp Imadene strives to provide fun-filled, wholesome, and safe Christian camping. To continue this goal, we have updated our policies and procedures. The practices outlined in this document are based on recommendations and orders from WorkSafeBC, BC’s Provincial Health Officer, and other industry leaders. The guidance and orders from the BC Provincial Health Officer are continuously changing as the COVID-19 situation is dynamic, and Camp Imadene will continue to monitor these updates and make changes accordingly. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Director, Chris Burdge, at executivedirector@imadene.com 

 

Overview:

 

  • Camp Imadene strongly encourages all eligible campers and staff to be vaccinated at least two weeks before the camp session per BCCDC guidelines.

  • The BCCDC Guidance for Summer Day Camps states the Provincial Health Officer’s Order on Gatherings and Events does not apply to camps as long as campers and staff are not all in one area and if they are able to practice physical distancing as much as possible.

  • In the week leading up to camp, families are asked to monitor their camper(s) for the symptoms of COVID-19. 

  • Our Mainsite day programs will not exceed a maximum of 96 campers.

    • Campers will be assigned groups of 8-12 campers and 1-2 leaders for the day. 

  • Our Wildside day programs will not exceed a maximum of 12 campers.

    • 2-3 leaders will lead campers.

  • Whenever possible, activities will be held outside. In the event of severe weather, activities will be moved indoors, and groups will be appropriately spaced apart according to BC Camps Association guidelines.

  • Clear and concise record-keeping by the camp staff of all persons entering the camp property and incidents that occur at camp will be documented to help the Provincial Health Officer trace and manage outbreaks.

  • All parents, caregivers, children, and staff who have symptoms of COVID-19 OR traveled outside Canada in the last 14 days OR were identified by Public Health as a close contact of a confirmed case must stay home and self-isolate for 14 days before attending Camp Imadene.

  • No Visitors will be allowed during any day camps. 


 

Parent Drop Off and Pick Up: 

  • All Pickup and Drop off will happen outside in the camp’s main parking lot area. Follow the signs and parking attendants for the correct location. Only one parent or guardian will be allowed to enter the designated registration zone to sign in campers. Parents are not allowed to leave the designated registration zone.

  • Parents and caregivers must maintain physical distancing and follow provided markers.

  • Drop off for both Mainsite and Wildside each day will be between 9:00-9:45 AM 

  • Pick up times:

    • 5:30 PM for: 

      • Mainsite Junior Days 

    • 7:00 PM for:

      • Mainsite Intermediate, Teen Days

      • Wildside Intermediate and Teen Days 

  • A health check at drop-off will be conducted by asking parents and caregivers to confirm that their child does not have symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19, or other respiratory diseases.

  • Parents and Campers will be required to sanitize their hands before entering the registration area. 

  • Camp Staff will sign in and sign out the campers to avoid pens being handled by many people. Please come prepared with the first and last name of whoever you are dropping off, plus the first and last name of the parent or guardian who will be picking the camper up. The parent or guardian who picks up the camper must produce a photo ID.

  • Avoid greetings that require physical contact (e.g. high fives, handshakes, hugs).

  • Please be kind, calm, and safe, allowing for extra time during the registration and pick-up process. 

 

Program Outdoor Activities: 

 

  • Outdoor activities will be prioritized.

  • Limited interactions for socializing and outdoor activities between different groups can occur.

  • Activities and games will be designed to minimize physical contact.

  • Shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected daily. (e.g., bows and arrows). 

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • Singing is permitted in groups outside. 

 

Program Indoor Activities: 

 

  • Campers/staff will engage exclusively with members of their group when participating in indoor programming, and physical distancing will be enforced between groups. 

  • More than one group may be in an indoor program or dining facility at one time provided windows/doors to the outdoors are open and it is well ventilated, all persons are adhering to occupancy limits, and different groups are physically distancing from each other.

  • Singing will not be permitted in groups indoors.

  • Markers will be installed to give guidance to campers when they are in settings where they have to wait their turn.

  • Masks will only be required indoors when in closed spaces or poor ventilation. 

 

Cleaning: 

 

  • Staff will be trained in all COVID-19 related cleaning policies and procedures.

  • Camp facilities will be cleaned in accordance with the BCCDC’s Cleaning and Disinfectants for Public Settings document.

  • Buildings will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • High contact surfaces (e.g. shared equipment, doorknobs, light switches, tabletops) will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • Any visibly dirty surface will be cleaned and disinfected.

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • All garbage will be emptied daily.

  • Appropriate hand hygiene after cleaning will be practiced.

  • Washing of hands before and after wearing gloves will be done. 

 

Personal measures:

 

  • Supervised regular hand washing times with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds will be included in the daily schedule.

  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol will be used if sinks are not available.

  • Staff will assist younger campers with hand hygiene as needed.

  • Campers and staff will be reminded to avoid touching their face and to practice proper respiratory etiquette by coughing and sneezing into their elbow.

 

Food Service: 

  • Campers/staff will be required to practice proper hand hygiene upon entry into the dining room.

  • Camp Imadene will adhere to the orders and guidelines mandated by the Provincial Health Officer in regard to the foodservice industries.

  • Food services will adhere to WorkSafeBC protocols for restaurants.

  • All food preparation will be done by FoodSafe trained staff.

  • Indoor meals, campers will eat with their group, and each group will be spaced 2 meters apart from each other.

  • Lunch meals will be eaten outside unless the weather is poor.

  • Lunch meals will be provided by the parent or guardian of the campers, and each camper will be required to bring their own bagged lunch. 

 

Camp Staff: 

  • Staff accommodation is provided on-site, and all staff will ensure that they will practice healthy safety and physical distance practices when they go home and in the community on their days off.

  • All staff will receive training in the latest COVID-19 policies and procedures.

  • Staff will be encouraged to remain on-site for the duration of the camping season.

  • When staff return back to camp from the community and days off, they will perform and document self-health assessments for any symptoms of Covid-19.

  • Staff will do their utmost to ensure a safe and enjoyable program for all our campers and will provide appropriate care to those who are feeling anxious about Covid-19.

  • Non Resident staff will avoid physical contact, and minimizing close, prolonged, face-to-face interactions with Summer Staff and Campers.

  • When inside, staff are always required to wear masks except when in their cabin groups or with other summer staff from the same cohort.  

  • Each day at camp will have a certified nurse or first-aid attendant on site.

  • Lifeguards have undergone the BC Lifesaving Society’s “rescue ready assessment” to ensure they can complete all certification requirements.

  • PPE guidance will be followed in staff housing when relevant. 

 

Health and Wellness:

 

  • Masks will not be required to be worn outside.

  • Masks will be required when campers/staff are inside facilities that are not well ventilated.

  • Masks will be required by staff during activities and situations where they are interacting in close proximity to others.

  • Campers will be reminded regularly about proper handwashing and sanitizing.

  • Proper Respiratory Etiquette will be taught and encouraged.

  • If any parent, caregivers, child, or member of your family are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, DO NOT send them to Camp Imadene and inform Camp Imadene that they will not be attending camp that day by phone 1.800.445.7575 as soon as possible.

  • If you suspect that your child or a family member has Covid-19, you may cancel your camper’s day at camp up to 24 hrs before the start of camp to receive a full refund.

  • Camp Imadene will be performing daily self-checks on all staff members for symptoms of Covid-19.

  • If any staff member displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. They will not be able to return to work until they are tested for COVID-19 and advised that it is safe to do so by public health.

  • If any camper displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. Parents will be informed immediately to pick up the camper.  The affected camper should isolate at home and contact the COVID-19 helpline at 8-1-1 for the next steps and see if a COVID-19 test is recommended.

  • The role of finding, tracing, and managing outbreaks is the responsibility of Public Health, not camp staff.

Camp Imadene Overnight Camp Covid-19 Safety-Plan

 

Camp Imadene strives to provide fun-filled, wholesome, and safe Christian camping. To continue this goal, we have updated our policies and procedures. The practices outlined in this document are based on recommendations and orders from WorkSafeBC, BC’s Provincial Health Officer, and other industry leaders. The guidance and orders from the BC Provincial Health Officer are continuously changing as the COVID-19 situation is dynamic, and Camp Imadene will continue to monitor these updates and make changes accordingly. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Director, Chris Burdge, at executivedirector@imadene.com 

 

Overview: 

  • Camp Imadene strongly encourages all eligible campers and staff to be vaccinated at least two weeks before the camp session per BCCDC guidelines.

  • The BCCDC Guidance for Summer Day Camps states the Provincial Health Officer’s Order on Gatherings and Events does not apply to camps as long as campers and staff are not all in one area and if they are able to practice physical distancing as much as possible.

  • In the week leading up to camp, families are asked to monitor their camper(s) for the symptoms of COVID-19. 

  • Our Overnight programs will not exceed a maximum of 150 campers.

    • Campers will be assigned cabin groups of 12 campers and 2 leaders. 

  • Whenever possible, activities will be held outside. In the event of severe weather, activities will be moved indoors, and groups will be appropriately spaced apart according to BC Camps Association guidelines.

  • Clear and concise record-keeping by the camp staff of all persons entering the camp property and incidents that occur at camp will be documented to help the Provincial Health Officer trace and manage outbreaks.

  • All parents, caregivers, children, and staff who have symptoms of COVID-19 OR traveled outside Canada in the last 14 days OR were identified by Public Health as a close contact of a confirmed case must stay home and self-isolate for 14 days before attending Camp Imadene.

  • No Visitors will be allowed during any overnight camps. 


 

Parent Drop Off and Pick Up:

 

  • All Pickup and Drop off will happen outside in the camp’s main parking lot area. Follow the signs and parking attendants for the correct location. Only one parent or guardian will be allowed to enter the designated registration zone to sign in campers. Parents are not allowed to leave the designated registration zone.

  • Parents and caregivers must maintain physical distancing and follow provided markers.

  • The Drop-off time on the designated start date for your camp will be between 6:30 PM and 7:15 PM 

  • The pick-up time is 2:00 PM on the designated end date for your camp.

  • A health check at drop-off will be conducted by asking parents and caregivers to confirm that their child does not have symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19, or other respiratory diseases.

  • Parents and Campers will be required to sanitize their hands before entering the registration area. 

  • Camp Staff will sign in and sign out the campers to avoid pens being handled by many people. Please come prepared with the first and last name of whoever you are dropping off, plus the first and last name of the parent or guardian who will be picking the camper up. The parent or guardian who picks up the camper must produce a photo ID.

  • Avoid greetings that require physical contact (e.g. high fives, handshakes, hugs).

  • Please be kind, calm, and safe, allowing for extra time during the registration and pick-up process. 

 

Camper Accommodation:

  • Sleeping accommodations will provide a 1-meter physical distance between the heads of individuals.

  • Bunk beds, the position of the head of the camper in the top bunk will be opposite the position of the camper in the bottom bunk.

  • For each end-to-end bed, the position of the campers will be head-to-toe to maximize the distance between heads and each bed has an existing physical barrier installed.

  • Cabin access will be limited only to the campers/camp leaders who reside in that cabin.

  • Cleaning staff will only enter when no campers/camp leaders are present. Cleaning staff will be required to wear PPE.

  • Ventilation will be optimized by the use of screen windows.

 

Program Outdoor Activities: 

 

  • Outdoor activities will be prioritized and interactions between cabin groups can occur. Specifically:

    • Campers/staff in different cabin groups can engage in outdoor socializing provided that gathering limits are being adhered to.

    • Campers in different cabin groups can engage in outdoor activities provided that gathering limits are being adhered to.

  • Activities and games will be designed to minimize physical contact.

  • Shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected daily. (e.g., bows and arrows). 

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • Singing is permitted outside. 

 

Program Indoor Activities: 

 

  • Campers/staff will engage exclusively with members of their cabin group when participating in indoor programming, and physical distancing will be enforced between groups. 

  • More than one cabin group may be in an indoor program or dining facility at one time provided windows/doors to the outdoors are open and it is well ventilated, all persons are adhering to occupancy limits, and different cabin groups are physically distancing from each other.

  • Singing will not be permitted indoors.

  • Markers will be installed to give guidance to campers when they are in settings where they have to wait their turn.

  • Masks will only be required indoors when in closed spaces or poor ventilation. 

 

Cleaning: 

 

  • Staff will be trained in all COVID-19 related cleaning policies and procedures.

  • Camp facilities will be cleaned in accordance with the BCCDC’s Cleaning and Disinfectants for Public Settings document.

  • Buildings will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • High contact surfaces (e.g. shared equipment, doorknobs, light switches, tabletops) will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • Any visibly dirty surface will be cleaned and disinfected.

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • All garbage will be emptied daily.

  • Appropriate hand hygiene after cleaning will be practiced.

  • Washing of hands before and after wearing gloves will be done. 

 

Personal measures:

 

  • Supervised regular hand washing times with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds will be included in the daily schedule.

  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol will be used if sinks are not available.

  • Staff will assist younger campers with hand hygiene as needed.

  • Campers and staff will be reminded to avoid touching their face and to practice proper respiratory etiquette by coughing and sneezing into their elbow.

 

Food Service:

 

  • Campers/staff will be required to practice proper hand hygiene upon entry into the dining room.

  • Camp Imadene will adhere to the orders and guidelines mandated by the Provincial Health Officer in regard to the foodservice industries.

  • Food services will adhere to WorkSafeBC protocols for restaurants.

  • All food preparation will be supervised by a FoodSafe trained staff.

  • Indoor meals, campers will eat with their cabin groups, and each cabin group will be spaced 2 meters apart from each other.

  • Lunch meals will be eaten outside unless the weather is poor.

 

Camp Staff:

 

  • Staff accommodation is provided on-site, and all staff will ensure that they will practice healthy safety and physical distance practices when they go home and in the community on their days off.

  • All staff will receive training in the latest COVID-19 policies and procedures.

  • Staff will be encouraged to remain on-site for the duration of the camping season.

  • When staff return back to camp from the community and days off, they will perform and document self-health assessments for any symptoms of Covid-19.

  • Staff will do their utmost to ensure a safe and enjoyable program for all our campers and will provide appropriate care to those who are feeling anxious about Covid-19.

  • Non Resident staff will avoid physical contact, and minimizing close, prolonged, face-to-face interactions with Summer Staff and Campers.

  • When inside, staff are always required to wear masks except when in their cabin groups or with other summer staff from the same cohort.  

  • Each overnight at camp will have a certified nurse or first-aid attendant on site.

  • Lifeguards have undergone the BC Lifesaving Society’s “rescue ready assessment” to ensure they can complete all certification requirements.

  • PPE guidance will be followed in staff housing when relevant. 

 

Health and Wellness:

 

  • Masks will not be required to be worn outside.

  • Masks will be required when campers/staff are inside facilities that are not well ventilated.

  • Masks will be required by staff during activities and situations where they are interacting in close proximity to others.

  • Campers will be reminded regularly about proper handwashing and sanitizing.

  • Proper Respiratory Etiquette will be taught and encouraged.

  • If any parent, caregivers, child, or member of your family are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, DO NOT send them to Camp Imadene and inform Camp Imadene that they will not be attending camp that day by phone 1.800.445.7575 as soon as possible.

  • If you suspect that your child or a family member has Covid-19, you may cancel your camper’s day at camp up to 24 hrs before the start of camp to receive a full refund.

  • Camp Imadene will be performing daily self-checks on all staff members for symptoms of Covid-19.

  • If any staff member displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. They will not be able to return to work until they are tested for COVID-19 and advised that it is safe to do so by public health.

  • If any camper displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. Parents will be informed immediately to pick up the camper.  The affected camper should isolate at home and contact the COVID-19 helpline at 8-1-1 for the next steps and see if a COVID-19 test is recommended.

  • The role of finding, tracing, and managing outbreaks is the responsibility of Public Health, not camp staff.

Camp Imadene Family and Adult Camps Covid-19 Safety-Plan

 

Camp Imadene strives to provide fun-filled, wholesome, and safe Christian camping. To continue this goal, we have updated our policies and procedures. The practices outlined in this document are based on recommendations and orders from WorkSafeBC, BC’s Provincial Health Officer, and other industry leaders. The guidance and orders from the BC Provincial Health Officer are continuously changing as the COVID-19 situation is dynamic, and Camp Imadene will continue to monitor these updates and make changes accordingly. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Director, Chris Burdge, at executivedirector@imadene.com 

 

Overview:

 

  • Camp Imadene strongly encourages all eligible campers and staff to be vaccinated at least two weeks before the camp session per BCCDC guidelines.

  • The BCCDC Guidance for Summer Day Camps states the Provincial Health Officer’s Order on Gatherings and Events does not apply to camps as long as campers and staff are not all in one area and if they are able to practice physical distancing as much as possible.

  • In the week leading up to camp, families are asked to monitor their camper(s) for the symptoms of COVID-19. 

  • Our Family Camp and Adult programs will not exceed a maximum of 100 campers.

  • Whenever possible, activities will be held outside. In the event of severe weather, activities will be moved indoors, and households will be appropriately spaced apart according to BC Camps Association guidelines.

  • Clear and concise record-keeping by the camp staff of all persons entering the camp property and incidents that occur at camp will be documented to help the Provincial Health Officer trace and manage outbreaks.

  • All parents, caregivers, children, and staff who have symptoms of COVID-19 OR traveled outside Canada in the last 14 days OR were identified by Public Health as a close contact of a confirmed case must stay home and self-isolate for 14 days before attending Camp Imadene.

  • No Visitors will be allowed during any family camps. 

 

Family Camps:

 

  • Family Camps are programs in which family members participate together in activities.

  • Up to 12 people from more than one family can form a “household” that is consistent for the duration of the camp.

  • Individual family groups will be assigned an accommodation or can bring their own.

  • Families are not allowed to enter other family’s accommodations.

  • Where buildings have shared indoor spaces between non-household individuals, masks will be worn in common spaces.

 

Adult Programs:

 

  • Up to 12 people from more than one family can form a “household” that is consistent for the duration of the camp.

  • Adults will be assigned shared accommodation that is well ventilated and with someone from the same “household” group. 

 

Program Outdoor Activities: 

 

  • Outdoor activities will be prioritized.

  • Limited interactions for socializing and outdoor activities between different “households” can occur.

  • Activities and games will be designed to minimize physical contact.

  • Shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected daily. (e.g., bows and arrows). 

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • Singing is permitted in groups outside. 

 

Program Indoor Activities: 

 

  • Campers/staff will engage exclusively with members of their “household” when participating in indoor programming, and physical distancing will be enforced between “households”. 

  • More than one “household” may be in an indoor program or dining facility at one time provided windows/doors to the outdoors are open and it is well ventilated, all persons are adhering to occupancy limits, and different “households” are physically distancing from each other.

  • Singing will not be permitted indoors.

  • Markers will be installed to give guidance to campers when they are in settings where they have to wait their turn.

  • Masks will only be required indoors when in closed spaces or poor ventilation. 

 

Cleaning: 

 

  • Staff will be trained in all COVID-19 related cleaning policies and procedures.

  • Camp facilities will be cleaned in accordance with the BCCDC’s Cleaning and Disinfectants for Public Settings document.

  • Buildings will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • High contact surfaces (e.g. shared equipment, doorknobs, light switches, tabletops) will be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • Any visibly dirty surface will be cleaned and disinfected.

  • For equipment or surfaces that cannot be easily disinfected, increased attention to appropriate hygiene practices will be implemented.

  • All garbage will be emptied daily.

  • Appropriate hand hygiene after cleaning will be practiced.

  • Washing of hands before and after wearing gloves will be done. 

 

Personal measures:

 

  • Supervised regular hand washing times with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds will be included in the daily schedule.

  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol will be used if sinks are not available.

  • Staff will assist younger campers with hand hygiene as needed.

  • Campers and staff will be reminded to avoid touching their face and to practice proper respiratory etiquette by coughing and sneezing into their elbow.

 

Food Service:

 

  • Campers/staff will be required to practice proper hand hygiene upon entry into the dining room.

  • Camp Imadene will adhere to the orders and guidelines mandated by the Provincial Health Officer in regard to the foodservice industries.

  • Food services will adhere to WorkSafeBC protocols for restaurants.

  • All food preparation will be done by FoodSafe trained staff.

  • Indoor meals, campers will eat with their “household”, and each “household” will be spaced 2 meters apart from each other.

 

Camp Staff:

 

  • Staff accommodation is provided on-site, and all staff will ensure that they will practice healthy safety and physical distance practices when they go home and in the community on their days off.

  • All staff will receive training in the latest COVID-19 policies and procedures.

  • Staff will be encouraged to remain on-site for the duration of the camping season.

  • When staff return back to camp from the community and days off, they will perform and document self-health assessments for any symptoms of Covid-19.

  • Staff will do their utmost to ensure a safe and enjoyable program for all our campers and will provide appropriate care to those who are feeling anxious about Covid-19.

  • Non Resident staff will avoid physical contact, and minimizing close, prolonged, face-to-face interactions with Summer Staff and Campers.

  • When inside, staff are always required to wear masks except when in their cabin groups or with other summer staff from the same cohort.  

  • Each day at camp will have a certified nurse or first-aid attendant on site.

  • Lifeguards have undergone the BC Lifesaving Society’s “rescue ready assessment” to ensure they can complete all certification requirements.

  • PPE guidance will be followed in staff housing when relevant. 

 

Health and Wellness:

 

  • Masks will not be required to be worn outside.

  • Masks will be required when campers/staff are inside facilities that are not well ventilated.

  • Masks will be required by staff during activities and situations where they are interacting in close proximity to others.

  • Campers will be reminded regularly about proper handwashing and sanitizing.

  • Proper Respiratory Etiquette will be taught and encouraged.

  • If any parent, caregivers, child, or member of your family are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, DO NOT send them to Camp Imadene and inform Camp Imadene that they will not be attending camp that day by phone 1.800.445.7575 as soon as possible.

  • If you suspect that your child or a family member has Covid-19, you may cancel your camper’s day at camp up to 24 hrs before the start of camp to receive a full refund.

  • Camp Imadene will be performing daily self-checks on all staff members for symptoms of Covid-19.

  • If any staff member displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. They will not be able to return to work until they are tested for COVID-19 and advised that it is safe to do so by public health.

  • If any camper displays any signs of symptoms of Covid-19, they will immediately be self-isolated until they can leave camp to go home. Parents will be informed immediately to pick up the camper.  The affected camper should isolate at home and contact the COVID-19 helpline at 8-1-1 for the next steps and see if a COVID-19 test is recommended.

  • The role of finding, tracing, and managing outbreaks is the responsibility of Public Health, not camp staff.

 
 
 
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