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If a camper has been confirmed to be sick with COVID-19 a notice will go out to the parents of the campers in the same group, and the classroom and frequently touched surfaces in common areas will be deep cleaned and disinfected. The local and Maryland Department of Health will also be notified as well as our Health Supervisor.
If a staff member has been confirmed to be sick with COVID-19, the classroom(s) in which the staff member works will be deep cleaned and disinfected. All frequently touch surfaces in common areas will be cleaned and disinfected as well. All staff at that location will be informed, as well as the parents of that staff members that are under 18, parents of campers in that classroom, as well as the local health department, Maryland Department of Health and our Health Supervisor.
Normal cleaners such as Clorox will be used to clean surfaces and disposable wipes such as paper towels and Clorox wipes will be used. If a sponge or rag needs to be used for cleaning it will be disposed of in a sealed bag or container. The disinfectant spray used will be a diluted bleach solution consisting of 4 teaspoons of bleach to a quart of water. These bottles of disinfectant will be labeled clearly so that they are used appropriately and not mistaken for other cleaning solutions. An alcohol-based sanitizer with greater than 60% ethanol or greater than 70% isopropanol will be available at the first aid station.
Extra cleaning and disinfecting procedures will begin 24hrs after the confirmed case. If waiting 24 hours is not possible, as long as possible will be waited.
You may use paper towels to turn off the faucet and/or open the door to the bathroom.
Hand sanitizers should contain greater than 60% ethanol or greater than 70% isopropanol. Hand sanitizers are not a substitute for handwashing for there is easy access to a sink.