Montreal — According to the Quebec Summer Camp Association After the outbreak of at least three COVID-19s, night camps were temporarily closed, mainly among counselors.
Association des camps du Quebec Executive Director Eric Beauchamp states that about 500 children and staff have returned home in the last few days.
Beauchamp states that there was no COVID-19 outbreak at the night camp last summer after the activity was banned in the summer of 2020 due to a pandemic.
He says widespread staff shortages make it even more difficult to handle the situation, with little or no COVID-19 health orders compared to last summer. I added.
Beauchamp reissues health orders such as compulsory masking and COVID-19 testing to children and staff before his group meets with health officials today and arrives at the camp. He states that he will ask to impose.
Dr. Don Vinh of McGill University Health Center said that the state government would not impose adequate health measures such as proper ventilation and increased access to COVID-19 tests to normal life after a pandemic. It states that it is promoting a return.
This story was created with funding from the Meta and Canadian Press News Fellowships
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