1. Placing signage at any entrance to instruct Campers that they cannot enter if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, or had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the past fourteen (14) days.
2. Placing signage at any entrance and throughout the facility to instruct Campers of the enhanced sanitation procedures, Social Distancing requirements, and other instructions and limitations, as applicable, set forth below.
3. Screening Campers at drop-off and preventing any Camper from entering that exhibits a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, other respiratory symptoms, or at least two of the following symptoms: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell.
4. Requiring that any persons exhibiting a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell at any time while at the Summer Camp shall be separated from the group immediately and must leave the camp facility as soon as practicable.
5. Requiring any Worker or Camper that has stayed home sick, been prevented from entering camp due to signs of illness, or been sent home during camp due to signs of illness shall to not be permitted to attend camp again until they have either had a negative COVID-19 test or have been fever and fever mediation free for seventy-two (72) hours, other symptoms have improved, and at least ten (10) days have passed since symptoms first appeared.
6. Requiring parents dropping-off and picking-up Campers to remain in their vehicles.
7. Utilizing contactless forms of Camper check-in and check -out.
8. Implementing staggered drop-off and pick-up times, with specific times for each group of Campers, if practicable.
9. Providing hand sanitizer to Campers as soon as practicable upon drop-off.
10. Prohibiting unnecessary visitors to camp activities and facilities.
11. Discontinuing camp tours.
12. Providing training to Workers on how to identify symptoms of illness in Campers, the proper processes for removing a potentially ill Camper, and the infection mitigation procedures to perform in such an event.
13. Providing an isolation area for sick Workers or Campers.
14. To the extent necessary, limiting groups to twenty (20) persons or less, including Workers and Campers, in a space where all persons gathered cannot maintain at least six (6) feet of distance between themselves and any other person.
15. To the extent possible, keeping the same Workers and Campers in the same group for the duration of the camp.
16. Enforcing Social Distancing between groups, prohibiting Gatherings, and prohibiting congregating among Campers belonging to different groups.
17. Providing a separate designated space for each Camper to store personal belongings throughout the duration of the camp.
18. Prohibiting use of camp facilities and equipment that are not able to be regularly sanitized.
19. To the extent possible, allowing only one group to use camp equipment at a time.
20. Sanitizing camp equipment after each group use.
21. Requiring Workers to patrol camp areas to enforce the equipment sanitization policy and conduct additional cleanings during times when equipment is not being used.
22. If swimming facilities are available, allowing each group to swim only once per day and staggering swimming times to avoid crowding at the swimming facilities.
23. If camp facilities are also open to other patrons, prohibiting contact between Campers and the facility's other patrons and requiring sanitization before and after camp use of any such shared facilities.
24. Providing hand sanitizer stations for Campers and requiring regular use.
25. Requiring Campers to wash or sanitize their hands during each group restroom break, snack break, and meal break.
26. For day camps, if possible, requiring Campers to bring their own lunch and snacks with them to camp each day, with all such food items being in a sealed lunch bag marked with the Camper's name.
27. Requiring all dining facilities to follow the criteria for restaurant dine-in services set forth in Section IV herein to the extent practicable.
28. Requiring Workers to wear gloves when helping Campers open items from meals and snacks.
29. f camp vehicles are used for transporting Campers to and from on or off-site activities, requiring Workers to sanitize each vehicle before and after use.
30. Requiring Workers to clean and sanitize bathrooms and all frequently touched surfaces regularly throughout the opening hours in addition to the regular cleaning schedule. Shared restrooms must be sanitized no less than twice per day.
31. Providing masks or other Personal Protective Equipment to Workers as available and appropriate to the function and location of Workers within the camp facility.
32. Providing masks or other Personal Protective Equipment to Campers as available and appropriate to the activity and location of Campers within the camp facility.
33. When allowed to open, Overnight Summer Camps shall implement the following additional measures:
a. Screening Workers and Campers each morning and evening. Persons exhibiting a temperature greater than degrees 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell shall be separated from the group immediately and must leave the camp facility as soon as practicable;
b. Requiring Workers to clean and sanitize overnight bunk rooms at least once per day;
c. Sanitizing bunks and bunk mattresses at least once per week and before and after use by a new Worker or Camper;
d. Limiting camp occupancy to the extent necessary to maintain overnight bunk room occupancy at 20 persons, including Workers and Campers, or less per room,
e. To the extent possible, arranging beds and bunk beds in overnight bunk rooms so that beds are six (6) feet apart and in a foot-to-foot style; and
f. Requiring a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse to be on site during all times that Campers are present at the camp facility to the extent practicable