We will be running our camps. Below is a short list of some of the changes. I will be making more as we get guidelines from the government
As a registered massage therapist, I am regulated by the Chief Medical Officer and have been given guidelines of how I am to conduct my practice once I am allowed to resume. Taking this information, I will be doing the following if the camps are allowed.
1. Sign in and Sign out will be done by an instructor. They will verbally acknowledge you and make a note. That way, no use of pens
2. The instructors will have masks during sign in and sign out. I will provide them fresh ones each day and in the morning and evening.
3. I will have medically approved disinfectant at the trailer as well the instructors will carry it with them.
4. Food program will not happen. I will look at doing a pizza day and our ice cream day, but will put the safety of the campers first.
5. I have bought a big tent so the campers can stay apart during lunch and snack.
6. If we need to escape bad weather, we have a room in the Beaverbrook Mall and will ensure it is fully disinfected before and after use. In this room, we will be able to space the campers apart.
7. We will have the campers bring their own bag/backpack and make sure they keep their possessions to themselves.
It appears as if outside activities are less likely to cause infection so mountain biking may be a good option for summer camp. Rest assured, I will make the right choice when it comes to the safety of your campers.
Club / Development Team
Do NOT participate in any group activities if you or any of the other group participants:
A. Exhibit any COVID-19 symptoms including:
Fever, cough, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chills or muscle aches, sore throat or difficulty swallowing, runny, stuffy or congested nose (not related to seasonal allergies or other known causes), lost sense of taste or smell, extreme tiredness, or any other symptoms as identified by health experts and the Ontario Government
B. Have been in contact with someone who is a confirmed or presumptive case of COVID-19 within the last 14 days.
Consider not participating in group activities (club/team) if you:
A. Are considered vulnerable or at higher risk (elderly individuals,
immunocompromised persons, individuals suffering from health problems including, but not limited to asthma, chronic bronchitis and other lung diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.)
● Practice safe physical distancing by maintaining at least 2 metres (6 feet) distance between yourself and any other individual outside your “bubble” prior, during, and after your sanctioned activity
● Make sure you have enough snacks/liquid with you to ensure you don’t have to stop along your ride or use a tap/water fountain
● Do not share food or equipment (including water bottles) to prevent transmission of viruses and bacteria
● Clean ALL your equipment prior to heading out including wiping down your handlebars, glasses or protective lenses, and ensuring you have a clean water bottle
● Consider wearing an appropriate mask during lower intensity training/riding, making sure the mask covers both the mouth and nose
● Consider wearing gloves
● Confirm your bike is in good working order and that you are aware of the basic bike maintenance necessities, and are equipped with the appropriate tools prior to an activity
● Consider bringing a fully charged cell phone with you in case of emergencies
● Let your Emergency Contact know the route/time frame of your activity
● Ensure you know and are following your club/team’s approved Risk Management Plan for activities
● Do not loiter after your activity
● If at any point you start displaying signs of COVID-19, members should:
A. Contact Telehealth Ontario and follow all instructions as provided
B. Contact the club to notify them of any symptoms or pending/confirmed test results
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