Chapman sets protocols for conferences and overnight camps

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) currently list Orange County at a medium community level. Chapman University protocols are outlined on the CU Safely Back website for each of the CDC’s three levels — low, medium and high.

Aligned with the medium protocols, the university has set the following guidelines for conferences and overnight camps:

  • All participants must test prior to arriving. Proof of a negative test must be submitted here 24 hours prior to arrival.
  • Administrators have the right to request a participant to test (if symptoms are present or there has been close contact to another case, etc.) and the participant must comply.
  • If a participant becomes COVID positive (or unwell with any other illness), their guardian is required to pick the individual up immediately. All associated costs (flights, gas, hotels, etc.) will be at the guardian’s expense.
  • All individuals will be required to provide parental consent to participate in contact tracing.