TAMPA, Fla. — Hillsborough County is temporarily suspending its summer camp program at Roy Haynes Park in Tampa after two camp employees tested positive for coronavirus.
The program had a capacity for 45 campers.
Parents have been notified, the county said. Any children who begins to exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 should stay home, and their parents should contact a doctor right away.
At this point, Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation is planning to reopen the summer camp on July 10 after an intensive cleaning of the recreation center.
For the latest coronavirus information in Hillsborough County, click here.
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