There were setbacks to Chester Bowl opening it's yearly summer camp, due to the COVID-19.  They have now been able to take steps to proceed that will help to keep campers and the staff safe.

They have setup a pandemic preparedness plan using regulations and best practices from entities like the Minnesota Department of Health, The City of Duluth, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, The American Camping Association, and others.  Groups will not be able to exceed 25 people when outside, and 10 people indoors should weather become an issue.  Thus, they will have to reduce the number of campers that can attend this year.

Regardless of the changes in place, they are still guaranteeing a fun time for everyone who attends.  Parents need to help in the screening process by keeping track of the health of their family for 2 weeks prior to a child attending camp.  In addition, campers will need to arrive each day with a face mask or covering and it will be mandatory to be worn while indoors.  Hand sanitizer will be available and used often as well as frequent hand washing.  Games that would normally require closer contact of less than 6 feet will also be avoided to help keep everyone safe.

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As with just about any activity outside of the home these days, if your child is not feeling well, they should stay home.  More details on registration and the fine points to the efforts put in place to keep everyone healthy can be found here.