Family Camp Policy
In an effort to provide a safe and healthy environment for our campers, Iowa Regular Baptist Camp (IRBC) has implemented the following procedures/policy for 2020.
All campers must be pre-screened at home,
by having their temperature taken, prior to arriving at IRBC.
Campers may not attend camp if they have symptoms of any communicable disease.
Past 24 Hours: No vomiting, diarrhea, nasal drainage and/or coughing/sneezing, or a rash
Past 14 Days: No fever of 100 degrees+ (without aid of fever reducing meds), cough, or shortness of breath
Pre-Screening Questions (you will be asked these questions upon arrival at IRBC):
Have you had a fever in the last 14 days?
Have you been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
Do you have a persistent cough or headache?
*If the camper has symptoms or can answer yes to any of the above questions, you must contact IRBC for approval to attend.
Upon arrival at IRBC all campers will go through a health screening by IRBC staff that includes temperature taken and asked about symptoms & the questions listed above.
If a camper arrives at IRBC with communicable disease symptoms, the entire family may be sent home.
IRBC reserves the right to not admit a camper who poses a risk to others.
Communicable illnesses are an inherent risk of large group gatherings and IRBC is not responsible for campers contracting an illness.
Should an illness occur, please contact the camp nurse. The nurse, along with IRBC Directors, will determine if your family needs to go home. IRBC will refund the prorated amount of camp.
IRBC has a secondary insurance policy with coverage up to a $5,000 limit, illness is not covered.
"I have read this policy and understand and agree to the above. I agree my family can participate in camp activities, and for any pictures/testimonies of my family to be used in promotion of the camp."