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Covid cases (4) closes summer camp Woodland Trails Scout Reservation (OH)

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Preble County Public Health is currently investigating four positive cases of a COVID-19 at summer camp held July 4-10 at Woodland Trails Scout Reservation in Camden, OH

Miami Valley Council reports that 600 scouts and adult scouters attended camp throughout the summer.  Council released this statement:

“We determined that these four positive cases and their potential close contacts, unfortunately inhibited our ability to safely run this camp season’s remaining sessions of Cub Scout Resident Camp. Out of an abundance of caution we immediately canceled all remaining sessions and all registrants received a full refund. We look forward to providing them and all other Scouting families with incredible camping opportunities this fall.”

Council summer camp webpage this morning:


Agreed. Hope scouts can find another summer camp.

"Anyone who was at the Scouts camp (Woodland Trails) the week of the outbreak (July 4-10) is asked to call Preble County Public Health at 937-472-0087 to discuss risk level. Also, attendees are asked to monitor themselves closely for symptoms and to contact health care providers should symptoms develop. Public Health will provide instructions for self-quarantine, monitoring symptoms and testing as needed."




Edited by RememberSchiff
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