HEALTH PROTOCOLS

Victory Ministries COVID-19 Precautionary Protocols

 

Camper Pre-Screening Protocol

Fever (temperature >/= 100.4) free for 72hrs

Symptom free for 72hrs (fevers/chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, new loss of taste/smell, sore throat nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, muscle or body aches, congestion or runny nose)

Anyone having direct contact with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 14-days will not be allowed to camp.

According to Federal, State and Local guidelines, Camp Li-Wa is asking those with serious underlying health conditions to not come to camp.

Arrival at Camp Screening

Signed document by parent or legal guardian, verifying pre-screening

Fever/symptom check – anyone with a fever of 100.4 or higher, or symptoms as above, will not be allowed into camp.

Face masks are not required.

Only one parent allowed at drop off / registration.

No visits or pickups throughout the week.

Daily Screenings at Camp 

Screening (temperature, symptoms) done by Camp staff every morning

If a camper fails a daily screening he/she will be quarantined until a parent or legal guardian can pick up their child

The camper may not be allowed back into the camp during that session but may attend a subsequent camp, as long as they meet the pre-screening criteria.

Cleaning Procedures 

Hand washing/sanitizing stations

Dining and serving areas will be sanitized before and after each meal.

Restrooms will be cleaned and sanitized daily with touch points sanitized throughout the day.

Cabins will be cleaned and sanitized daily with touch points sanitized throughout the day.

Meeting areas will be sanitized after each use.

Daily Screening of Staff 

All staff will be health screened upon arrival to camp.

Temp/Symptom check every day

No sick staff are permitted to work.

Food Safety 

Food will be served to campers from a serving line where each server will be behind a partition barrier with proper gloves, head and face coverings

Each camper and staff member are required to wash and/or sanitize hands prior to entering the serving line. A staff member is designated each mealtime to ensure proper hand hygiene protocols are followed.

Post Camp Screening 

If your child experiences 100.4°F or higher fevers, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, new loss of taste/smell, sore throat nausea/vomiting/ diarrhea, muscle or body aches, congestion or runny nose within two weeks of returning home from camp, please report this to your camp director.