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Playing it Safe | Galileo Summer Camp COVID Safety Plan

PLAYING IT SAFE

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 a camper has come in close contact with someone who is confirmed positive for COVID, the camper should follow the exposure guidelines in your state (California Department of Public Health instructions are here and include testing 3-5 days after exposure and wearing a well-fitting mask for 10 days.)

 

Symptoms

If camper displays any COVID-19 symptoms, in order to return to camp camper must provide a negative rapid test.

 

Positive COVID-19 case:

Families should follow local quarantine and isolation guidance. California state guidance is here and includes leaving isolation after 5 days and a negative test or on Day 11, assuming symptoms have resolved.

 

Cancellation and Illness Transfers

  • If canceling for illness, you will be offered a free transfer to another week in the 2023 season.  If you choose to decline this offer, the standard cancellation policies apply.
  • All transfers, including those for illness, may be completed through your online account.
  • If canceling for illness mid-week, you will receive a prorated credit on account to be applied to another 2023 week or available for use until 2024.

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