BLUEWATER'S COVID-19 PREPARATION PLAN
Camp is different, But Camp is good.
We are all experiencing a different life then we expected. We are committed to your child and families health. We are doing our best to follow the MN Department of Health guidelines. We have enhanced our cleaning procedures and altered our programming to aid in limiting the spread of the coronavirus, however this does not guarantee your health. Attending camp is a risk. These guidelines may change in accordance to the MN Department of Health. We have been inspected by the MN Department of Health and are looking forward to seeing you or your child at Bluewater this summer.
Below is a synopsis of our COVID-19 Preparation Plan.
IT TAKES A TEAM EFFORT!
Working with parents, staff and the campers, Bluewater will work tirelessly to monitor camper health.
Pre Screening by Guests
Parents will be asked questions to determine if the camper has been exposed to the coronavirus, has a temperature or feels symptoms.
Families will be asked questions to determine if their family has been exposed to the coronavirus, has a temperature or feels symptoms.
If a camper/ family member has a temperature:
Isolate- Nurses Station
Confirm- Call doctor or visit doctor
Respond – Watch for other symptoms
Remove – Remove from camp.
Cleaning & Disinfecting
Bleach water will be our disinfectant.
More frequent cleaning by staff
Tables will be disinfected before and after meals.
Serving counter will be disinfected in between each youth cabin
If a person is ill, the cabin will be fully disinfected
Let's Keep It Clean
Encouraging Hand washing
20 seconds lather
Encouraging guests and staff to wash MORE OFTEN
Hand Sanitizing stations around camp: Chapel, Dining Hall, Welcome Center
Training at registration.
Sneeze/ Cough into sleeve/ elbow
Kitchen staff will wear masks when guests are on site and serving food.
Barriers will be installed at the Dining Hall serving line and Welcome Center
Face masks must be brought by campers.
Face masks are required to be worn inside all public buildings (Dining Hall, Shower House, Cabin, Welcome Center, Chapel)
Face masks may not be work due to medical conditions, mental health condition, or disability.
Face masks will not be worn while sleeping, swimming, showering, or activities that cause hard physical breathing.