There’s a great quote by the great Ernest Hemingway, in which he talks about how he never went camping and then when he was in his twenties he went camping with a group of friends.
He also says, “If you have the right camp, it’s a good time.
But if you’re going to camp, you should have a plan.
And if you have a good plan, you will be safe”.
This quote comes to mind as we look at the recent case of a campground worker who was caught by police trying to bring a sick child to a nearby tent campground.
The worker, who was working for the same company that owns the tent campgrounds, was caught on camera by the staff of the tent camping company in New York City.
The footage captured on camera, shows the worker taking his sick child in hand, while he is holding the child on the ground.
He then walks back to his tent with the child and tells the workers that he has to get out of there before he passes out and is rushed to the hospital.
While in the hospital, he was able to explain the situation to the staff, explaining that he had been ill and was going to go to the tent.
In an interview with the New York Post, the worker, described the situation as, “a big mess.
It’s a nightmare.
I don’t even know how to describe it”.
The worker is being held on a $1 million bond.
After this incident, there have been similar cases of sick workers in the United States.
In December of last year, a Florida woman was charged with bringing her sick child into a tent camp site for the purpose of sleeping.
A nurse who treated the patient, was also arrested after she was accused of bringing her child to the campground with her.
Another worker, was arrested after he allegedly brought his sick and unvaccinated child to an outdoor tent camp and refused to vaccinate it.
As we have seen with cases of campers being charged with sick or unvaccination, campers can face serious consequences if they refuse to vaccine their children.
This is why it is absolutely critical that campers vaccinate their children, especially at outdoor campsites.
If you or anyone you know has been charged with or has been prosecuted for bringing your child into an outdoor campground, please contact the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) toll free at 1-800-273-8255 or email them at: [email protected]
We will update this article with more information as it becomes available.
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