At this time, NH’s COVID guidelines for overnight camps require a pre-arrival quarantine of 10 days, a negative COVID test taken 5 days prior to arrival, a second negative COVID test taken on arrival at camp, and a third negative COVID test taken 5-7 days after arriving at camp if staying longer than 7 days. In accordance with current NH guidelines, Copper Cannon requires the following of campers:
- The individual and anyone in their residence will need to quarantine to the greatest extent possible for 10 days prior to camp arrival. In particular, and regardless of local requirements in their home communities, individuals should minimize contact with anyone outside the immediate family/household, wear masks, and utilize physical distance out in the community. This means limiting, to the greatest extent possible, activities outside the residence, with the exception of essential activities (such as medical appointments).
- 7 days prior to camp arrival, individuals must keep a record of any possible symptoms and conduct daily temperature checks for all members of the residence. Go to the Forms and Dates tab to download the Family Temperature Chart
24 hours prior to arrival, we will ask the camper’s parent/guardian to sign an affidavit stating that the above pre-camp measures were followed. If a camper/family has not complied with these requirements, they will not be permitted to come to camp. For campers, this will mean being placed on a waitlist for a later session, if possible.