Convenient and Trusted COVID-19 Testing with Labcorp

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With fewer than half of adolescents having received their first vaccination dose as of mid-June, the reality is that many children are starting the summer unprotected from COVID-19. Camps will most likely have mixed populations, with some campers and staff vaccinated, while others are not. As summer camp directors embark on another “unprecedented” summer, Labcorp is here to help you operate with confidence and safety.

To help prevent transmission, the CDC suggests screening testing for campers and staff who are not fully vaccinated. Testing can provide valuable insight into the status of your community--and help build confidence among campers, staff and parents.

Three Easy Ways to Implement Testing

It’s important that testing is convenient for families and staff. As a leader in COVID-19 testing, Labcorp is able to partner with you whether you want to help campers and staff get tested before the start of camp or onsite.

  1. Test before camp starts with at-home PCR test collection kits.
    • Testing Staff — We offer camps a discount when they bulk order kits for routine staff testing. You’ll get quick results, just 1-2 days after the sample is received at the lab.
    • Testing Campers — Parents can easily order trusted PCR testing for their child before they arrive at camp. Our at-home test collection kits are available for ages 2 and up and use a short-swab for specimen collection, making it easy and painless for the child and parent.
  2. On-site testing program
    • Our team will work with you to implement and end-to-end onsite testing solution that meets your camp’s unique needs.

Learn more about our group discount offer.

Share this link to our at-home test collection kits with parents and families.

Reach out to Jared Melzer at melzerj@labcorp.com for additional testing needs.

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