COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
COVID Guidelines for Summer Camp 2022
Updated May 24, 2022
We are working hard to create a safe space that respects varying beliefs and opinions related to COVID-19 protocols, policies, and cautions. Our highest priority is always the safety of campers, and our precautionary measures are in place to protect all persons the best that we can
CURRENT GUIDELINES FOR SUMMER CAMP 2022
Camp Wingmann has returned to normal operations overall. However, we are continuing to exercise enhanced hygiene and cleaning standards throughout our campus.
Testing Requirements- NEW!
Upon arrival to Camp Wingmann, we will require proof of a negative COVID test result.
There are 3 options for ways to test:
OPTION A: Get a PCR test that is conducted 72 hours prior to arrival, proof of testing will be required at check in.
OPTION B: Get a rapid test done at a certified location (CVS, Walgreens, or your local health department) within 24 hours of arrival to camp, proof of test will be required at check in.
OPTION C: You may BRING an at-home test kit with you to check-in and complete the test ONSITE AT REGISTRATION. Please note that this is the most risky option, and if your camper tests positive they will unfortunately have to quarantine at home for the recommended time provided by the CDC & FL Dept. of Health.
You can schedule testing at local CVS, Walgreens, and health departments in your city. Insurance companies are fully covering the cost of COVID testing, and there are programs in place to cover the cost of testing if you have no insurance, so there will be no extra cost to you. Most testing sites require appointments, so please make sure to schedule your appointment within our testing window and that you will receive the results in time for check in.
We know the CDC has recently changed mask requirements. Please note that the CDC, local and state health agencies, and the Central Florida diocese all influence our decision making. Masks will be optional for all campers and staff.
Our campers and staff come from all over. As Summer Camp approaches, amid summer travel and summer activities, we ask that you carefully consider the ways your interactions and behaviors could impact our camp community and our summer camp schedule. Your caution to do this ensures that we have a safe and healthy summer.
If your camper or household has been in close contact with someone who has been exposed or infected with COVID-19 within 10 days of Winter Camp, please be responsible and keep your camper(s) home.
**Please note that the guidelines outlined in this document may change as the status of COVID-19 evolves. And because the status of COVID-19 is unpredictable, this policy can change suddenly. Please be mindful that the policy you read in preparation of your camp session or event may be updated by the time your camp session or event actually occurs. We appreciate your understanding and support as we make the best possible decisions regarding the health and safety for our camp community.