The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said social distancing and wearing face masks should continue to protect children during Children’s summer camps to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The organization refreshed its direction on Saturday for day and overnight camps.
"The current direction is expected to assist camp managers with working camps while forestalling the spread of COVID-19 and securing campers, their families, staff, and networks," the organization said on its site.
According to healthcare officials, day campers ought to be set inside gatherings and needed to remain in any event three feet from different individuals inside their communities and six feet separated when eating and drinking. Campers ought to likewise stay six feet from various gatherings and staff individuals.
Kids and grown-ups should wear masks besides during exercises when they can get wet like swimming. Masks can be disposable ones or made using a material with at least two layers of texture. They ought to likewise be put away appropriately and washed routinely. Staff and campers are asked to have different covers.
Hand-washing and cleaning surfaces additionally need to continue.
Sports and athletic exercises should occur outside whenever the situation allows, and campers should stay away from close-contact or indoor games. Any indoor practices should happen in a very much ventilated territory. Staff members ought to do specific possible exercises where transmission is effectively conceivable like singing, reciting, yelling, or playing an instrument outside. Campers should likewise not go on outings outside the camping areas where it's possible they can blend in with the overall population.
The CDC likewise encouraged associations to have an Emergency Operations Plan, or EOP, when working camps that diagrams security measures including wellbeing screenings, cleaning, individual defensive hardware (PPE), and arrangements set up for when a staff me