Summer camps are making changes prior to the COVID-19 limit being lifted throughout Ohio
Columbus, Ohio — Changes were made to summer camps before the COVID-19 restrictions were lifted across Ohio.
Children planning to attend a football camp at Ohio State University this summer will begin a youth camp on June 1st. The camp emphasizes the basics of sports.
Camp leaders said the camp would be “no contact” to prevent the spread of COVID-19, not overnight. Vaccinated students over the age of 12 may remove their masks outside. it can. Campers are divided into small groups.
One of the major changes campers and parents see in various camps is the lack of walk-up registration. Other camps, such as art camps and academic camps, try to keep students outdoors so they have access to fresh air.
At Columbus School for Girls Summer Camp, students spend more time outdoors. We also carry out general cleaning and medical examinations.
Eight students per class can wear masks at various art camps at the Columbus Museum of Art.
Other outdoor camps at Columbus Parks and Recreation require staff and students to wear masks, keep social distances, and perform daily health checks.
Final decision on COVID-19 protocol at summer camp in central Ohio
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