• Happy Faces

  • Point Wolstoncroft

  • High Ropes Course

  • Big Swing

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Lake Macquarie

  • Activities for all ages

  • Water Sports

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COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR SõRVE 2022

 

In order to best protect our community and maintain as much of the Sõrve experience as possible, we ask participants to comply with the following Health guidelines and protocols Sõrve 2022.

 

Vaccination

 

  •  Full vaccination (both doses with an approved vaccine) will be mandatory for anyone 16 years or older attending Sõrve, including visitors. Children over the age of 12 are also encouraged to be vaccinated.

 

  •  Proof of vaccination will be requested at time of check-in. Please contact if you are unable to retrieve your immunisation records, as these can be retrieved on your behalf.

 

Check-in Procedures

 

  • Upon arrival at Sõrve, there will be changes to our usual check-in procedures.  

 

  •  Arrivals times will be scheduled and you will be greeted at the Blue Village near the entry gate. Here all campers (Including B-group and C-group aged >2 yrs) will undergo a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) performed by our Camp Doctor.

    Note: Arrival times will need to be staggered to ensure social distancing can be maintained for the initial testing and check-in process. Please stick to your allocated arrival time or you may be asked to remain in your car outside the boom gate. 

 

  • Once a negative test result is verified, campers will be directed on to check-in, and will hopefully require no further precautions.

 

  • Participants returning a positive result on the RAT will be required to attend a NSW Health Covid19 testing location for formal PCR testing, and will not be permitted to enter Sõrve until a negative result has been received.

 

  • Please ensure that contingency for this requirement is included in your arrangements for travel to Sõrve, as leaders will not be able to transport campers for further testing.

 

 

During Sõrve

 

  • Adults are strongly requested to refrain from any non-essential travel off site, particularly to local shops, restaurants, etc. 

 

  • Visitors arriving during Sõrve between Sunday, 2 Jan and Thursday, 6 Jan will need to pre-schedule time of arrival. This will allow for RAT results to be arranged without delay.

 

  • Any campers developing Covid19 symptoms during Sõrve will be self-isolated until they can undergo a RAT. A negative result will see them resume camp activities. If a positive result arises parents will be notified immediately to collect their child.  Adults with positive symptoms will be asked to leave the camp.

 

  •  These testing and isolation arrangements will remain in place until Friday, 7 Jan however they will not affect participation in the Golf Tournament or visitors planning to attend for our Culture Day on Saturday, or families collecting campers on Sunday.

 

We fully acknowledge the disruption these arrangements will cause but the Sõrve leadership team is very confident that by following these simple precautions we will be able to keep Sõrve as safe as possible and ensure a wonderful experience for everyone.

 

Dr Konrad Kangru
Camp Doctor                                                                       
 
Authorised:
Sulev Kalamäe
Sõrve Sõbrad President

 

 

7 November 2021

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