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Staying Healthy During COVID-19

Date: July 27, 2020 Category: Health & Well Being

We've all heard many different opinions about COVID-19 and what you should or should not be doing to stay safe. The experts agree: physical activity improves how you feel each and every day. Exercise also improves your sleep patterns and reduces anxiety - all the more reason to stay active right now! 

Social distancing is SO important, but it’s also a no-brainer that staying active generally gives your body added protection if you do come into contact with the virus that causes COVID-19.

So what can YOU do?

Quick note: According to CDC if you have pre-existing health issues, like diabetes, obesity, or asthma, you are at risk for complications, so stay safe and follow your doctor’s recommendations.

We hope all of our Campers can remain healthy and safe during this time. Take care of your body so it can take care of you!

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