Despite Covid-19 Outbreak Risks, Summer Camps Are Filling Up Quickly

Por: The Wall Street Journal Life January 13, 2021


Brian Ratner struggled over whether to send his two children to overnight camp last summer. Even though Camp Robin Hood, located in Freedom, N.H., had a solid plan to create a safety bubble, Mr. Ratner knew there was a risk of a Covid outbreak. After three rounds of testing, including one before camp, and strict enforcement of mask-wearing, director Richard Woodstein called everyone together, turned up the music and announced the good news:... + full article

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