Health & Safety

WA Summer Camps is putting in place a number of measures to keep our campers and adults safe in July, after developing a risk mitigation strategy in consultation with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the State of Georgia, and the American Camp Association. Our community’s well-being is our top priority. We’re asking parents and camp employees to partner with us by taking steps at home and on campus to help keep everyone healthy and prevent community spread of COVID-19.

Precautions for Parents and Employees Link

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Precautions for Parents & Employees

Parents and employees can help by adhering to the following guidelines:

  1. Monitor temperature and watch for signs of illness at home, beginning at least one week prior to the start of summer camp.
  2. Stay home if there are any signs of illness.
  3. Stay home and then report to the camp nurse if an individual or member of your household tests positive for COVID-19, experiences symptoms of COVID-19, or is exposed to someone who is positive or symptomatic for COVID-19. Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus. CDC’s list of COVID-19 symptoms include the following:

Fever

Chills

Cough

Difficulty breathing

Fatigue

Muscle or body aches

Headache

New loss or taste in smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Nausea or vomiting

Diarrhea

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Safety & Screening Procedures

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Health & Safety During Summer Camps

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