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2021 Overnight Camp COVID Policy and protocols

LBX COVID-19 Camp Policy

We wanted to keep all families informed of what our plans are as an organization for our overnight camp. COVID-19 and the new delta variant is still a problem and we want to do everything in our power to help avoid any exposure. Upon entry into the camp on August 23rd each participant who hasn’t been vaccinated must present a negative COVID-19 reading 2 days prior to the camp. All participants who are fully vaccinated do not have to be tested but must provide us proof before camp starts. (This can be done VIA email or texted to either or


  •         No participant will be allowed onto the bus without the proper documentation.  

  •         Masks be worn on the bus going and coming. 

  •         Masks are not mandatory at the camp but may be worn at the discretion of the participant. (We will have masks available.)



  • All participants temperature will be read every morning before workouts/breakfast. 

  • Sharing isn’t allowed

  • All participants must bring their own water bottle/beverage

  • Highly recommended to put name on water bottle


In addition, Lysol will be sprayed in each room 3-4 times a day and all of the surfaces of each room will be cleaned. This is in addition to the 2 times that the camp staff cleans the rooms. 


Please be advised that these protocols are for camp. Please be on the lookout for another comprehensive email as we await different mandates from the state and the city. 


  • Participant/Staff will be isolated, in addition to 1 staff member being isolated to help monitor the participant and reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.  

    • Ex. fever, coughing, sore throat, headache, body ache, nasal congestion

    • The monitoring period will last 24hrs. If the symptoms are still present or worse after the waiting period, then both the participant and designated-isolated staff will go to the nearest Rapid Care Center to get tested. (283 Mountain View Rd Copake, NY 12516)

    • If participant/staff presents a negative reading, we will allow them to continue with their respective group.

    • If participant/staff test comes back positive, we will then arrange for the participant/staff to be picked up and sent home. (Until then they will return to isolation.)

In addition, LBX will:

  • Conduct an investigation on contact tracing

  • Anyone who has been found in close contact must quarantine and follow the same steps as the participant/staff that received a positive reading. 

What counts as close contact?

  •      You were within 6 feet of someone who has COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more

  •      You had direct physical contact with the person (hugged or kissed them)

  •      You shared eating or drinking utensils

  •      They sneezed, coughed, or somehow got respiratory droplets on you

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