In order to protect our immunocompromised campers and the staff that work with them daily, for these reasons, anyone with potential COVID-19 or other influenza-like illness is not permitted to participate in any scheduled camp activity/program/event. Prior to attending a scheduled camp activity/program/event or visiting Camp John Marc property, please attest that you do not have any of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19/other influenza-like illness in the 14 days prior.

Please complete this attestation prior or upon arrival to any Camp John Marc facilities.

  • Symptoms and Criteria

    In order to protect our immunocompromised campers and the staff that work with them daily, for these reasons, anyone with potential COVID-19 or other influenza-like illness is not permitted to participate in any scheduled camp activity/program/event. Prior to attending a scheduled camp activity/program/event or visiting Camp John Marc property, please attest that you do not have any of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19/other influenza-like illness in the 14 days prior.

    If you answer YES to any of the following, regretfully you will not be able to participate in the scheduled camp activity/program. Have any you or any of participants listed below had:

    • a temperature of 100.0 degrees F or higher in the last 24 hours?

    • any difficulty breathing?

    • a cough, sore throat, or nasal congestion that is different from your normal baseline?

    • any new loss of taste or smell?

    • a TSA, DPS, or a healthcare provider recommended that you or any family members to quarantined during the scheduled camp activity/program?

    • a pending COVID-19 test?

    • a potential exposure to COVID-19 in the 14 days prior the scheduled camp activity/program including:

    - been within 6 feet of a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 for more than 15 minutes of time without a mask?

    - been within 6 feet of a person with suspected COVID-19 (either test pending or symptoms consistent but has not gotten testing yet) for more than 15 minutes of time without a mask?

  • Prevention Policies

    The best combatant is prevention. At camp, there are some measures that must be taken to help stop transmission of illnesses: • Masks and face covering the mouth and nose must be worn within 6 feet of another non-family member (regardless of vaccination status) when indoors and outdoors.

    • Upon arrival, campers will confirm they have appropriate and adequate PPE with the Camp John Marc Facility host. Masks and face covering applies to participants 3 years of age and older.

    • Good hand hygiene should always be practiced; washing hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds or using a sanitizer of at least 70% alcohol.

    • Sneezes and coughs should be covered by the elbow.

    • Water bottles, food utensils, and other personal items should not be shared with non-family members for any reason.

    • Tissues and other soiled items (e.g., contain mucus) should be disposed of properly and hands should be washed carefully afterwards.

    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.

    • Limit your contact with others who may be ill.

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