Kids need camp this summer!
April 23, 2021
(JTA) — Last year at this time, the message out of Jewish summer camps was one of doom and gloom.
In April 2020, the Union for Reform Judaism announced that COVID would force a closure of its camps for the summer, affecting some 10,000 kids. In May, the Conservative movement’s Ramah camps across the country followed suit.
This year, the outlook could not be more different.
Camps in the United States are opening again with a combination of testing and vaccinations, along with a better understanding of how COVID-19 spreads.
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