Protocol and Procedures
The health, safety, and welfare of our guests and staff is of utmost importance. During this time of heightened public health concern, RBC has implemented enhanced cleaning, sanitation and social distancing processes pursuant to guidelines from the Virginia Department of Health.
*All individuals in the group must be free of any symptoms of illness (including cough, fever or chills, headache or body aches, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, vomiting, or diarrhea, rashes) 14 days prior to arrival and through the entirety of your stay. The group leader is expected to monitor this daily. (See cdc.gov for more information.)
* Anyone that has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 days or is awaiting results of a COVID-19 test should not attend.
* Each person will be screened during registration. This will include a list of health questions and a temperature check.
*The CDC guidelines state that fully-vaccinated individuals do not have to wear masks in most indoor settings, except on public transit, in health care facilities, and in congregate settings. Businesses retain the ability to require masks in their establishments. Employees who work in certain business sectors—including restaurants, retail, fitness, personal care, and entertainment—must continue to wear masks unless fully vaccinated, per CDC guidance. Those who are unvaccinated or not fully-vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks in all settings.
* Guests will be encouraged to be outside as much as possible to further reduce potential risk of exposure.
* All guests should wash or sanitize their hands before food is served.
After attending a Retreat:
If you or anyone in your group develops symptoms of COVID-19, and/or tests positive for COVID-19 within 14 days after your visit to Rapidan Baptist Camp, please communicate this information to our Director, Mr. Kelly Earles (540-672-0426). We consider informing others as an act of courtesy and kindness out of care for their health.
We are continuing to monitor state guidelines so safety protocols may change. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding to observe these protocols for the safety of yourself, other guests, and our staff.