This summer the camps will be open-air confinements with comprehensive controls for people entering and leaving. The National Collective of Summer Camps has drafted a “secure protocol.” The first requirement is a “parental declaration of responsibility” where they guarantee that the minor has not had contact with people sick with coronavirus and that they do not show symptoms on arrival
In phase 1, outdoor activities will be allowed with 50 children from the same municipality, with one counsellor for every 6 children, for four hours, without lunch or dinner.
In phase 2, 80 children from the same province may participate, with activities in closed spaces as well (and constant ventilation). Sleeping with 50% occupancy and 1 person per bunk will be allowed. In phase 3, up to 100 children may attend.
Insurance required by law
All camps must contract Civil Liability insurance that guarantees: participant health care and for accidents, organizer’s civil liability, camp counsellors, food, and drinks consumed.
This year, emphasis will be placed on hygienic-sanitary prevention measures, seeking to create “Covid-19 protected spaces”.
So your children are protected.