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Playing it Safe | Galileo Summer Camp COVID Safety Plan


What to you need to know about wellness and attending camp. If your child is sick and/or could possibly be contagious, please do not send them to camp, and email or call your Camp Director to note your camper’s absence.

Find more specific information on our camp location pages.

Top Illness Q&A

COVID Exposure:

If Camper has come in close contact with someone who is confirmed positive with COVID:

  • If fully vaccinated, the camper CAN attend camp if they are not experiencing any symptoms.
  • Not up to date on vaccination, the camper CANNOT attend camp and must stay home for at least 5 days AND provide a negative test in order to return to camp.



If camper displays any COVID-19 symptoms, in order to return to camp:

  • Must wait at least 24 hours after resolution of fever without medication.
  • Have a negative rapid or pcr test.
  • Health care provider has confirmed an alternate diagnosis.
  • IF not experiencing symptoms, the close contact may return to camp (but still monitor for symptoms and recommended to test on/after Day 5).

Exception for LA County Schools, Belmont & Seattle:

  • Scenario 1: IF UP TO DATE ON VACCINATION, and not experiencing symptoms, the close contact may return to camp after showing proof of vaccination (but still recommended to test on/after Day 5)
  • Scenario 2: IF NOT UP TO DATE ON VACCINATION, the close contact must stay home for at least 5 full days and until a negative test has been received from a test taken on or after Day 5


Positive COVID-19 case:

  • Camper who tested positive can end isolation after 5 full days only if they are fever free for 24 hours without medication, other symptoms have improved AND they have received a negative rapid or per test.


Cancellation and Illness Transfers

  • If canceling for illness, you will be offered a free transfer to another week in the 2022 season.  If you choose to decline this offer, the standard cancellation policies apply.
  • For illness transfers, please contact and provide camper name, location, family contact info and the detailed dates of the transferred weeks requested, based on availability.
  • If canceling for illness mid-week, you will receive a prorated credit on account to be applied to another 2022 week or available for use until 2025.

Allow 72 hours to receive email confirmation of camp transfer.

See you next summer!

Camp Galileo Summer 2023 enrollment will open later this year. We can't wait to see you!