The JCC Camps at Medford Health Center is staffed with 4 RNs daily. Children will be triaged outside the Health Center and only brought inside if feeling ill. Any child feeling ill will be moved to an isolation space and sent home immediately.
Cloth face coverings will be required at all times on the camp bus and in any indoor space at the JCC Camps at Medford. Face covering policies within a bunk cohort will be determined based on New Jersey Department of Health Recommendations.
Each bunk will function as its own cohort/family. Bunks will minimally comingle with other bunks and remain distant from one another. When groups are required to interact with one another, a face covering will be required (while at the bus yard, on the pool deck, in changing areas, etc).
Lunch will be served on outdoor pavilions and tented picnic areas. Lunches will be individually packaged and children will be spaced at picnic tables to ensure distancing within the group and from other groups.
Parents should closely monitor their children’s health at home. If your child(ren) are exhibiting any signs and symptoms or are simply not feeling well, they should not come to camp. A daily health screening will be required for all campers and staff. Any child with a temperature of 100.4o F or greater, and their siblings, will be sent home for the day.
JCC Camps at Medford staff are trained to watch for COVID-19 symptoms, which include:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting