BADCamp COVID-19 protocols
- Document a negative test before arrival to the venue or documentation of complete vaccination.
- Complete vaccination is defined as two weeks after either a second shot of Pfizer or Moderna or after one shot of J&J vaccines.
- COVID tests can be either PCR or rapid tests.
- The negative test must be within 72 hours of arrival to the venue, and we ask that the participant quarantine at home after the test is performed until arrival at the venue.
- As we get closer to the event, a list of local locations near the venue will be provided.
- Wearing a face mask at all times while indoors on campus.
- Masks are not required outside as long as social distancing comfort levels are maintained.
- Performing a daily self-check of COVID-19 symptoms, including:
- Cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fever or chills, muscle or body aches, vomiting or diarrhea, and new loss of taste or smell.
- Practicing frequent hand-washing and use of hand sanitizer.
- Wearable indicators of Social Distance Comfort Levels will be provided (and encouraged) for attendees to wear onsite. Attendees are asked to respect each other’s comfort level on social distance.
Sick, been exposed, or awaiting test results?
Quarantining or isolating when an infection is suspected, when exposure is suspected, and/or awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test.
- If an attendee has been fully vaccinated and is in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19, that attendee does not need to quarantine unless symptoms are present. At this time, a COVID test should be administered.
If a test is positive, the participant cannot return to the camp and must leave the venue as soon as possible.
- Reporting illness, suspected COVID-19 exposure, or a positive COVID-19 test to the camp using our anonymous COVID-19 Positive Report Form.
- Please report if you test positive on or between October 6, 2022, and October 8, 2022.
- Please follow the CDC guidelines for Quarantine and Isolation to reduce the spread.
As protocols change or new circumstances develop, we will update this page with the latest information. We reserve the right to deny entrance to camp if an attendee refuses to follow the protocols in place.
Let's all do our part and have a great and safe camp!