We strive to have the highest level of safety on our courses. Based on the recent local case numbers and the spread of the omicron variant, we have made the decision to extend our implementation of the Alberta Restrictions Exemption Program to all our programs (previously just for overnight programs).
What this means for you: We will be verifying proof of Covid vaccination at this time. Please use the button on the right of you camp webpage to upload your proof of vaccination. If you are unable to get a vaccination due to medical purposes then please send us documentation of the medical exemption to [email protected] If you are unable to provide proof of vaccination for other reasons then we will be required to see your results of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the program commencing (if the program is longer than 72 hours then a new PRC test will be required at that time to continue the program). All information will be used solely by ACC Adventures staff and be kept private.
Specific to overnight camps: Due to the remoteness of our overnight camps and the inability to get a new PRC test every 72 hours, we can only allow individuals who have been fully vaccinated on overnight camps.
What are we accepting as proof of vaccination:
- Government Issued QR code
- First Nations vaccine record
- Canadian Armed Forces vaccine record with QR code
- US Military Proof of vaccination
- Out of country vaccine records
These records must show that you have received at least two vaccinations of either Pfizer or Moderna (or at least one of each) or one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
What if I don't send this in before the camp?
If you cannot provide proof of vaccination, a negative PCR test or documentation of a medical exemption you will not be allowed to join the program. No refunds will be issued inside of 1 month for overnight camps and 2 weeks for day programs.
Please contact the office at [email protected] if you have any questions.