During all these activities, 58 cases were reported, according to Dalle, of which 25 were reported during the activity and 21 after the event.
Twelve youth activities were cancelled on a preventive basis. Of all youth activities that took place this summer, only 0.194% were affected by the coronavirus. In most affected camps, there was only one infection.
As the summer camps went well, youth activities can continue with the 50-person cap in place. If the situation changes from code yellow to orange, nothing will change for children up to the age of twelve.
After that age, the so-called bubbles for indoor activities will be reduced to a maximum of 20 people.
For outdoor activities, the bubbles will be limited to a maximum of 50, even for children older than twelve years of age.