At Adventures In Missions, the health and safety of our mission trip participants is our top priority. In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented a number of guidelines to help protect our team members while they serve on mission trips.
Some of the steps we are taking include:
We are committed to doing everything we can to help protect our team members from COVID-19 while they serve on mission trips. We believe that mission trips are an important part of a healthy Christian journey, and we’re here to help you find the trip that’s right for you.
If you have any questions about our COVID-19 guidelines, or if you’re interested in learning more about our mission trips and how you can get involved, we would love to hear from you!
Our goal is to work alongside you to achieve your mission trip goals while providing a sustainable impact wherever you serve. In an effort to better serve you, we have developed this payment protection policy for group Short Term Mission trips.
Adventures encourages all participants to follow CDC guidelines and local regulations at all times. These guidelines will likely change between now and the time of your trip. We will discuss these changes with you as part of your preparation leading up to your trip. It’s important that your group familiarize themselves with these guidelines and make the appropriate preparation before the trip begins.
Having said that, we have also established these basic guidelines for all Adventures Short Term Mission trips.
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They will be quarantined and taken to a facility to have a COVID test taken. They will remain quarantined for 10 days, per CDC guidelines.
They will be quarantined from the rest of the group and everyone will follow CDC recommendations.
Exposure means 15 minute of close interaction. In this case, the participant will enter the quarantine protocol.
The participant should notify their Project Leader or group leader and remove herself/himself from the situation.
Each location will be prepared with quarantine recommendations. Each situation is unique and will be handled specifically to address the needs of the individual, the group and others who are involved.
Each group is financially responsible for their own flights. We cannot reimburse any costs associated with travel. Please check with the airline about their flight cancellation policy.
Most of the time this decision is made for us by local authorities. In some international cases, airlines may decide to not fly into a country. We look at government recommendations, airline activity and discuss with our partner. This, paired with our ongoing attention to CDC and WHO recommendations and regulations, usually makes the decision to cancel very clear.