COVID Policy Fed Camp

To be able to come to camp, Bnei Akiva requires proof of double vaccination for all Chanichim and Staff aged 12+ by the 6th of December. Proof of vaccination must be shown during the signup process. 


Additionally, prior to camp Bnei Akiva asks that all Chanichim and Staff provide proof of a negative COVID test result obtained no more than 72 hours before the commencement of camp. We ask that you please provide proof of a negative result when signing in your child on the first day of camp. If anyone leaves camp at any point and wishes to return they will be required to undergo a Rapid Antigen Test before re-entering the campsite.


Bnei Akiva Australia will remain diligent regarding Covid safe behaviours in accordance with DHHS advice such as hand sanitising, social distancing and masks where appropriate.


Should any Chanich or Staff member demonstrate any cold/flu symptoms prior to camp, we ask that you act responsibly and please refrain from sending your child to camp until they are fully recovered.


In the event that anyone on camp is unwell, our fully qualified medic will be equipped with Rapid Antigen Tests. Please note that we require all Chanichim to have a parent or guardian available to pick them up at any point during camp to get tested offsite at the discretion of the medic.


Should anyone test positive on camp, Bnei Akiva will immediately be in contact with the DHHS and the local public health unit to determine the appropriate response and will update parents accordingly.

In the event that a Chanich is required to leave camp to isolate we expect them to have an arrangement in place for accommodation and transport


If you have any questions please be in touch with the Rosh Machane.