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Girl Scouts of Central Indiana COVID Guidelines

Updated March 3, 2022

The safety of our girls, families, volunteers and staff is, and always has been, our primary concern.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana does not require its members to be vaccinated against COVID-19. However, the council encourages members to educate themselves about the vaccine and become vaccinated, if possible.  

No participant can be excluded or segregated from an activity based on vaccination status.  

We continue to monitor and consult guidelines primarily from: 

CDC

Indiana State Department of Health 

Guidelines for Girl Scout Activities

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana recommends that Girl Scout troops and service units follow CDC guidelines for recreational activities

·         If the venue where you are holding a Girl Scout activity has additional COVID-19 guidelines, we ask that you follow those.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, a positive COVID-19 test, or suspect you’ve been in contact with someone with COVID-19, please follow the CDC guidelines for quarantine and isolation and follow these  contact tracing guidelines  provided by the CDC.

Travel Guidance

Trips 

Domestic Day and Overnight trips are permitted.  Troops must follow all CDC guidelines and the guidelines of any state the troop is entering. 

International Travel 

Travelers are at more risk in some countries than others. Please check the COVID-19 section of the State Department and CDC websites frequently if you are considering a trip out of the country. 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/map-and-travel-notices.html  

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-information.html  

Transportation 

For local transportation, follow the safety guidelines provided above for Girl Scout activities.  

For non-local transportation (airlines, trains, etc.) follow the safety guidelines of the transportation carrier and the CDC. Girl Scout leaders / volunteers should investigate transportation choices to make sure they are appropriate for the current stage of the pandemic.