COVID 19 update

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In response to the corona virus situation, the UBarU Board of Trustees and Executive Director are working together to make the best decisions regarding events, cleaning and other concerns.  We are following state, federal and local guidelines regarding social distancing, face coverings and cleaning/sanitizing.  For events at UBarU, staff will wear face coverings and participants will be encouraged to wear them also.  Staff will work diligently to clean and sanitize high-touch surfaces particularly during the event in addition to typical cleaning.  All participants and staff will be encouraged to stay at least 6' apart.  Capacity will be reduced in order to allow for additional physical spacing in the lodging accommodations.  Any participants or staff who are not feeling well are asked to stay home.  Meal service will be modified to help ensure safety in serving and consuming the meals.  For summer youth camps, participants are asked to reduce risk and monitor their health for the 2 weeks prior to their camp start date and to have a negative test result prior to arriving at camp.  Similar expectations are in place for incoming staff as well.  There are additional details at the Summer Camps page on this website.  

Family units or individuals may stay at camp in a cottage at this time or in a personal tent.  Cleaning and sanitizing occurs between uses.  Groups/Individuals using a cabin will bring their own food and utilize the kitchen facilities within the cabin.  If more than one cabin is used at any one time, guests are asked to appropriately physical distance from one another when outside the respective cabin.  Email director@ubaru.org if your family unit or individual would like to rent one of the UBarU cottages at this time or have questions about upcoming events.  

We will continue to follow state, federal and local guidelines as we make decisions about events, how to hold events and take care of participants while they are here.    

Please stay safe and stay connected!  

update posted February 9, 2021