Covid Safety Plan
COVID-19 AND SUMMER 2022
Camp Imadene will be respecting all rules and regulations defined by the Provincial Health Officer and the BC Camping Association for the upcoming 2022 camping season. We will constantly evaluate our situation as things change and evolve leading up to the summer and make decisions based on whatever the current health regulations are at that time. All programs are subject to change or to be canceled on short notice.
Proof of Vaccination
Once more information is released by the PHO on vaccinations for children, we will work in collaboration with the public health guidelines to develop a policy around COVID-19 vaccinations for our campers. We will release this information prior to any major payment deadline with a flexible refund policy to allow families time to make pragmatic decisions regarding camp next summer.
We are NOT requiring vaccinations for any campers at children or teen camps, this includes our Leadership Training Program.
The only camps that we are requiring vaccinations for are ones that have adults attend, which include our Women's Outdoor Adventure and Family Camp.
Adult Camps, including WOA weekends and Family Camps, will require all campers age 12 and over to provide proof of vaccination to attend.
All paid and volunteer staff will be required to be vaccinated.
Vaccination for Staff and Volunteers
Using the current BC Provincial Health regulations, all staff and volunteers will be fully vaccinated while working at Camp Imadene. We will follow guidelines and rules as they change, and if vaccinations are no longer required, we will update our policies.
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.