Updated 5 June 2023
As a Normal Part of Camp Operations:
- Parents and Guardians:
- Are encouraged to register their children only at registered and approved camps.
- Should monitor their children for signs of any illness and not send sick children to camp.
- Should be aware that respiratory and other conditions, including COVID-19, continue to circulate in Bermuda - Even if a child tests positive for COVID-19, but has no symptoms, she/he should not attend camp.
- Camp Operators:
- Should be aware that all camps should register and be approved to operate to better ensure the safety and health of camp participants and staff.
- Should be aware that respiratory and other conditions, including COVID-19, continue to circulate in Bermuda and take appropriate precautions.
- Should ensure that throughout every day, doors and windows are open for optimal air circulation and that participants and staff practice good hand hygiene.
- Should hold as many activities outdoors in a sheltered area, as often as possible, and weather permitting.
- Should monitor participants and staff for signs of any illness and remind parents not to send sick children to camp - Even if a child or camp staff member tests positive for COVID-19, but has no symptoms, she/he should still not attend camp.
- Should be aware that Department of Health inspectors will visit periodically to provide support and guidance.
- Should ensure that all attendance details are updated daily, as they may be requested by visiting Department of Health inspectors.
Click here to access the online camp registration form.
Approved Summer Camps 2023.pdf (242.76 KB)