Summer camps return but with fewer campers and counselors

Sumer camp kitchen worker and business school student Marcos Enriquez Flores looks away as a nurse with the Department of Health administers a COVID-19 vaccine in a mobile clinic at the Glorieta Adventure Camp on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Glorieta, N.M. Enriquez, 22, is from Puebla, Mexico, and joined a team of around 200 staff at the 3,000-bed camp outside Santa Fe after learning about it at a job fair at his university. He was among three dozen Mexican staff to get the vaccine after being unable to in Mexico, where doses are scarce.

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