Camino began compiling data to highlight areas of interest ahead of our 2020 exploration campaign to test near surface oxide and at depth high grade sulphide mineralization at the Adriana zone. This included mapping and analysing channel samples at the Olga zone (24 m @ 0.56% Cu), and mapping and analysing samples and alteration to the northwest, along the Diva Trend, at the Lourdes and Condori zones to identify new discovery drilling targets.

Mapping and sampling in July highlighted further mineralization (2.1% Cu and 45 g/t Ag) close to the Olga Channel samples and the host rocks. Our geological mapping has identified a much expanded area of prospective IOCG mineralization at Diva West, that in some cases was regionally mapped as intrusives, but is now identified as andesites and volcanolclastics of the Chocolate Formation, the same rocks that host the Adriana mineralization and extend approximately 5km to the northwest along the Diva Trend.