COVID-19 and other Communicable Disease Response
IdRaHaJe will take into consideration the latest guidance published by the CDC and CDPHE. At a minimum, we will follow and our local health department for all operational requirements.
Health Checks and Illness Management
- Guests will be asked to review our current Public Health Acknowledgement & Disclosure Information at the time of registration.
- We may promote staggered check-in times or staging areas for guests.
- We may conduct enhanced health checks upon participant arrival to include a temperature check and an additional questionnaire to assess shortness of breath, cough, chest tightness, fever, or other symptoms of communicable disease.
- In addition to our current protocols to manage typical illnesses that occur at camp, we also have developed a specific communicable illness response protocol which includes COVID-19.
- IdRaHaJe staff will undergo daily health assessments prior to guest arrival.
Guest group sizes will be limited according to the latest information published on Park County’s COVID-19 Dial Dashboard.
Keeping a distance of 6 feet as much as possible and cohorting
- Programs that typically encourage close contact but are not dependent upon it will be modified to maintain social distancing requirements.
- Programs that have brief moments of close contact (belayed activities in adventure classes) may require some form of mask wearing.
- Meal-time accommodations will allow for social distancing and may involve non-traditional dining spaces.
- Participants will be cohorted to limit exposure.
- IdRaHaJe staff will follow guidance provided by our local health department on decisions regarding mask wearing.
- Currently, our local county health department is recommending but not requiring mask-wearing for non-vaccinated individuals in indoor spaces.
Cleaning & Sanitizing Procedures
- We have reviewed and updated all our cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing protocols to help protect our guests and staff.
- IdRaHaJe is striving to meet or exceed standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Colorado Department of Public Health. Click here for the CDPHE’s standards and here for the CDC’s standards.