According to a CDC report, more than 200 people, including children, tested positive after going to a Georgia YMCA summer camp in June.
Camp High Harbour in north Georgia shut down after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.
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The CDC confirms a total of 597 people went to Camp High Harbour in late June. Three hundred and forty-four of them got tested for coronavirus. Among those tested, 260 came back positive.
The YMCA issued a statement saying:
“In preparing for Camp High Harbour, we made every effort to adhere to best practices outlined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Camp Association. Additionally, we followed guidelines set forth by the Executive Order from the State of Georgia. Attending Camp High Harbour is a tradition numerous generations of Y families look forward to every summer.”
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