UCLA UniCamp Coronavirus Updates
March 24, 2020
Dear UniCamp Families,
With the spread of the novel coronavirus in Los Angeles, we’ve seen daily life drastically change in Los Angeles in just the last two weeks. The stress and uncertainty have been difficult for each of us and we imagine it’s been difficult for you too.
UCLA UniCamp is committed to working towards our mission of safely supporting the positive development of Los Angeles area youth and we are still planning to have camp this summer. Our first session is still three months away and, because the news changes so quickly, it’s still impossible to predict any impacts this may have.
We are working closely with the CDC, the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, the American Camp Association, nearby camps, and more. If we need to make changes based on their guidance, we will notify you by email. And if a session you’ve registered for needs to be cancelled or postponed, we will contact you to offer a full reimbursement or to move your camper’s registration to another session (if available).
Though we review and update our policies and procedures every year, we are putting extra time and care into updating our policies regarding healthcare, cleaning, and sanitation at camp. As always, our aim is to use evidence-based practices to prevent the spread of any communicable disease, including COVID-19. We will contact you by email before camp if any of these revised policies will impact you.
Keep an eye out for future email updates or head to unicamp.org/coronavirus for more info. We are humbled and grateful for the trust you have placed in us to take care of your campers and we’re looking froward to a positive, fun, and safe summer.
If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to us by calling (310)208-8252 or by emailing email@example.com.
UCLA UniCamp Staff
Coronavirus info from public health experts:
- City of Los Angeles
- County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health
- San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (UniCamp’s campsite is located in San Bernardino County)
- California Department of Public Health
- US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- World Health Organization
Because of city and university restrictions, our office is closed. We are continuing to prepare for camp remotely. You can still contact us at:
Phone: 310-208-8252 ext.1