Getting things ready to come together again!
Based on recommendations from the CDC, Arizona Department of Health Services and Yavapai County Health Department, this is our plan today, 6/15/2020, as we get ready to reopen camp for the summer. We understand that information is changing daily and we will adapt as necessary.
We are requesting groups have a health screening done on all individuals immediately prior to coming to camp. Anyone showing signs and/or having symptoms of a communicable disease will be asked to stay home. Anyone at camp who is showing signs and/or having symptoms of a communicable disease will be isolated and sent home. Employees are instructed to stay home if they do not feel well and to contact leadership if they notice a co-worker or guest exhibiting signs and/or symptoms of sickness.
Cleaning products and protocols used at camp will meet or exceed EPA guidelines. The frequency of cleaning and sanitizing has been increased in all areas around camp including, but not limited to, bathrooms, door handles, chairs, counters, field, and game equipment, and dining surfaces. We will continue to have hand sanitizer available in key areas all around the camp.
Buffet lines will be stocked and ready but will no longer be self-serve. We will have dining hall staff, wearing appropriate PPE, serving food. Sneeze guards will be installed in front of buffet lines. Single-use cups for beverages. Refills will be given in clean cups. Some tables and chairs will be removed to allow for physical distancing. Hand sanitizer will be used by anyone entering the dining hall. Dining tables, chairs, bathrooms, and other frequently touched surfaces will be sanitized after each mealtime.
Hand sanitizer will be used by anyone entering the venue. Chairs, bathrooms, and other frequently touched surfaces will be sanitized after each session. We will continue to check air filters and replace them frequently.
Signs will be posted throughout camp reminding guests and employees of the proper way to wash hands, cough/sneeze, and avoid touching their faces as well as reminders about physical distancing.
Our staff is no longer giving high fives, fist bumps, or any other form of physical contact to reduce the spread of germs. We are also asking our staff to allow for physical distancing when interacting with our guests.