Covid 19 Respiratory Virus Safety Precautions

Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamps Respiratory Virus Safety Guidelines

The Covid-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges to the safe presentation of in-person gatherings of all types. It is possible that these measures will continue to evolve in response to the progress of the virus, but currently...

We will NOT be requiring proof of vaccination status of our participants.

To protect your Kamp investment, you should consider purchasing Trip Insurance.

Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamps will follow all COVID-19 related guidelines and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Department (WHO) to create safe and healthy learning spaces. These guidelines and recommendations reflect the current state of the pandemic and are subject to change.

We recommend that you are vaccinated with the latest vaccine/booster, at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the week you are attending.

We ask that everyone show respect and concern for their fellow attendees by making safe choices and following our guidelines.

We recommend that folks tighten their exposure circle in the days before Kamp to limit the chance of exposure.

We encourage you to wear a mask while at airports and while on the plane.

If you test positive for Covid-19 or are ill with symptoms that are associated with any contagious virus within five days before camp, please stay home, please do not attend unless you are fever-free (without medication) for 24 hours and your symptoms are improving.
Again, you should consider purchasing Trip Insurance.

Masks are optional. Participants who prefer to wear a mask are encouraged to do so. The CDC and WHO recommend high-quality, well-fitting masks (such as N95 or KN95 masks) to help protect against COVID-19. We recommend them.

If you begin to feel unwell while at camp, please notify camp staff via text or email so that arrangements can be made for you to return home.

Consider wearing a mask in crowded or poorly ventilated areas.

Anyone who tests positive for, or develops symptoms of, a respiratory virus while at Kamp will be asked to test the conference assistant and our team and leave the event.

To protect your Kamp investment, you should consider purchasing Trip Insurance.

See you at Kamp in June

Email us with any questions or concerns.

Steve and Donna