- The camps all followed the same plan that included rounds of screening, testing, and quarantining before and after camp arrival.
- Campers and counselors were split into cohorts that quarantined together like family units.
- Three asymptomatic attendees at three different camps tested positive for COVID-19 after arrival, but none of them spread the virus to others at camp.
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Four overnight camps in Maine implemented a multi-layered strategy to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, and, in doing so, successfully avoided secondary transmission, according to a report out today from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The four camps hosted a combined total of 1,022 kids and staffers from across the US and abroad.
Two staff members and one camper at three different camps tested positive for COVID-19, though they showed no symptoms, after arriving at camp. They were quickly isolated and their contacts were