28 May 2020 – Day camps for children can open assuming compliance with guidance

Type of Intervention: Executive Order, Specific Action
Sectors Involved: Private Sector and Businesses
Intervention Categories: Social and physical distancing measures; Reopening offices, businesses, institutions, and operations
Level of Jurisdiction: Alberta
Lead People/Agency: Chief Medical Officer of Health

Overview: Recreational and entertainment businesses and entities that provide day camps to children under the age of 18 may be open to the public to operate day camps so long as the operators comply with the “Guidance for Day Camps.” These businesses were previously closed to the public under orders 18-2020 and 19-2020, but are now considered exempt from these orders.
Full details here: https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/51b0a16d-dfb3-41b1-b44f-367c94e4d093/resource/1c1b6456-751e-4452-a105-8170d8b62388/download/health-covid-cmoh-exemption-from-orders-18-2020-and-19-2020-day-camps-2020-05-28.pdf

Type of Justification: Perceived ability to mitigate risk
Evidence/Justification: The Chief Medical Officer of Health determined that certain activities are possible for Albertans to be engaged in with limited risk of COVID-19 transmission when persons adhere to public health guidance and measures.