We have partnered with Diligent Urgent Care (DUC) to offer all testing throughout the summer at camp. In order for DUC to be able to administer any test, you MUST complete a telemedicine appointment prior to your arrival.
In order for Raquette Lake Camps to have access to your camper’s results throughout the summer, you need to fill out a “Patient Consent Form”. Please fill out the Patient Consent Form in your CampInTouch account under the tab Forms and Documents (click link below). You must fill out this form before your arrival at camp.
All campers and staff will be required to take a PCR COVID-19 Test no more that 72 hrs prior to their arrival at camp.
Submit the negative results of your child’s PCR test before their arrival at camp on June 26th. You can email a copy, screenshot, or picture of the lab results to email@example.com. Otherwise, you must present the lab results at drop-off.
Remember, you will not be allowed into camp without a negative PCR test.
You MUST complete a telemedicine appointment prior to your arrival at Camp.
All campers and staff will be required to take a Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Test when they arrive. The test will be a drive thru, and it will be administered on site. You will be guided through the entire process by our staff.
You will be asked to wait in your car until the result comes back before your child can exit the vehicle. A member of our staff will indicate when your child has been cleared and you will be directed to the drop-off area. All campers must wear a mask when exiting their car. To protect our camp bubble, no parents will be allowed to exit their cars at any time. Porta-Potties will be available for your use before you enter the campgrounds.
If your child’s rapid test comes back positive, you will be asked to take another PCR test (location to be determined). Your child will be allowed to come to camp with a negative PCR test result.
About five days after the camper’s arrival, DUC will administer a PCR Covid-19 Test to all campers and staff.
During the time before we obtain results, campers will stay grouped with their bunkmates. We will limit close interaction with other groups, and we will maximize outdoor activities to keep everyone safe and healthy. Masks will also be used in any large group gatherings.
Once we have received the results of this test and we have confirmed everyone is cleared, we will be able to remove the masks and enjoy camp the way it should be enjoyed!
To maintain the safety of our camp bubble, we may perform pool testing during the summer as a way to monitor our community. Pool testing will be conducted as needed.
We will keep rapid antigen tests and PCR tests on site to use in the event they are needed.
To keep our bubble as safe as possible, we will limit potential exposure by running a closed facility. Our staff will be taking time-off on-site and camp trips will be private & local.