Triple C Camp’s normal procedures and how they relate to COVID-19
The safety and health of campers and staff is always the highest priority at Triple C Camp. We have always taken great care to develop and maintain medical practices to address a variety of communicable diseases. We believe in being proactive. Every summer we are diligent with camper hygiene education, hand washing, and hydration, while implementing fun along with the education, such as “elbows in the dining hall” vs Hi-5’s… as hands have just been washed prior to coming into the dining hall.
We are diligent with camp’s cleanliness and treat surfaces with appropriate hospital grade germicidal disinfectant cleaners regularly and obsessively. Our current product has been verified by the manufacturer with regard to effectiveness against COVID-19.
In addition to our communicable disease plans being in place we are getting daily updates from our local, state and national public health authorities. We work closely with our local health department and child care licensing agency and strive to maintain proactive effective protocols for the identification of any illnesses that we see in our campers. Our staff are trained to do daily health observation assessments for each camper in their group. Camp will update health and wellness screening policies and procedures to reflect the current best practices recommended by public health authorities.
We will be continually monitoring the status of this situation as summer gets closer. We will proactively communicate with our camp families any updates as new information becomes available.
If you have any additional questions please contact Libby Rothenberg R.N., Owner/Director: [email protected] or 434.293.2529