In light of developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we would like to update you on the measures our camp is taking to keep staff and participants safe.
Guide to measures edition 2022
Here are the health measures that will be in effect as of May 23, 2022:
- The holding of day camps is authorized in accordance with the measures currently in force until further notice.
- The population is called upon to exercise great caution and to reduce contact as much as possible.
- The holding of your various activities is permitted in compliance with the health measures in force at the time of the activity.
Rigorous sanitary routines must be maintained
- Frequent and systematic hand washing.
- Frequent cleaning of the rooms.
- Thorough cleaning of equipment.
In a context of sports and leisure for children under 18, rooms open for a maximum of 25 people.
Wearing a mask
- Face coverings are no longer mandatory for all school-aged day camp participants.
- Wearing a procedure mask is mandatory if the physical distance of 1 meter cannot be applied.
- Not required to go to camp.
However, we are constantly evaluating the situation and we are working in collaboration with the Association des camps du Québec (ACQ) in order to put in place the best practices and, if necessary, we will also refer to the public health authorities in order to rigorously follow the recommended protocols.
Rest assured that should any necessary changes to our healthcare procedures already in place be required, we will be quick to implement them. In this sense, the ACQ has already sent us a series of additional preventive methods and procedures to be put in place before, during and after camp stays. All stages of the journey of participants and groups of participants have been considered.
Looking forward to welcoming you, we hope that this information has been useful to you. Do not hesitate to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions or wish to obtain details on the nature of the preventive measures and actions put in place.
The four main directives of the General Directorate of Public Health (DGSP) and the ACQ:
1. Physical distance
Physical distancing must be respected between staff and participants. In addition, in the school context, distance must be maintained between groups from different schools.
2. Outdoor activities
Favor outdoor sites for the programming of activities and limit the use of indoor premises in inclement weather, respecting the maximum number of participants per room to respect physical distancing.
3. Limitation of physical contact
Minimize direct and indirect contacts between individuals, in particular by scheduling activities and games that limit the sharing of non-disinfected material between participants (balls, balls, pencils, brushes, scissors, helmets, disguises, etc.).
4. Hygiene measures
Strictly apply and enforce sanitary rules including cleaning and disinfection of premises and equipment, furnishings and sanitary facilities and individual hygiene routines, including hand washing of participants and staff.
Instructor / child ratios for the day camp in terms of deconfinement:
Our team will make every effort to accommodate in a safe and pleasant manner a maximum number of children according to the health guidelines in force.
In order to ensure compliance with the standards established by public health, the monitor / child ratio will be reduced to correspond to the following numbers:
- For 4-5 year olds: 1 instructor for 8 children
- For 6-year-olds: 1 instructor for 10 children or 1 assistant instructor and 1 instructor for 20 children
- For 7-8 year olds: 1 instructor for 12 children or 1 assistant instructor and 1 instructor for 24 children
- For 9-10 year olds: 1 instructor for 15 children or 1 assistant instructor and 1 instructor for 24 children
- For 11-13 year olds: 1 instructor for 15 children or 1 assistant instructor and 1 instructor for 24 children
Update from the General Directorate of Public Health (DGSP) and the ACQ: May 23, 2022