Understanding Screening & Testing

Per the Virginia Department of Health, All camps must develop and implement a plan to decrease the risk of infectious campers and staff entering the camp environment.  This plan must include, but shall not be limited to, the requirement of a negative molecular test within seven days prior to the beginning of camp, or 14 day symptom screening for the camper and all persons in their household.

Please click on the links to learn which option is right for your family.  We cannot accept tests outside of the approved testing window or screening forms that are not started and completed within the approved screening window.  To help with this tedious schedule, we have provided a downloadable schedule below.

The screening option includes a 14 day symptom screening for both the camper and all person in their household.  Screening forms will be provided at the time of registration for those who qualify.

    • Daily screenings must include monitoring:
    • Fever (temperature 100.4 °F or higher) (to be recorded)
    • Sore throat
    • New cough
    • Diarrhea, vomiting, or stomachache
    • New onset of severe headache, especially with a fever
    • Campers utilizing symptom screening must restrict their close contacts to Family members as defined in Fourth Amended Executive Order 72 for the duration of the 14-day period