Community SDoH Alert!

URGENT UPDATE – The CDC DROP “test to stay” at school after children have been exposed at school to the coronavirus. THE CDC’s new Covid guidelines SAY KEEP OUR CHILDREN AT SCHOOL IN THEIR CLASSROOM AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO A COVID INFECTION BY THEIR SCHOOL TEACHERS, STAFF AND CLASSMATES AGAIN, AGAIN, AND AGAIN.

  • Alert date August 12, 2022

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    Contact: PLEASE ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU DO NOT WANT OUR CHILDREN TO GET CORONAVIRUS DISEASE, AGAIN AND AGAIN, AND AGAIN. PLEASE CONTINUE TO MASK UP- WASH YOUR HANDS – SANITIZE – SOCIAL DISTANCE -BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE.

    As of Wednesday, the CDC no longer recommends that people quarantine after they have a Covid exposure, unless they are in high-risk congregate settings, such as jails, nursing homes and homeless shelters.

    The CDC now says students and school staff who remain asymptomatic should wear a high-quality mask for 10 days, and get tested on day five.

    The CDC’s advice for people who test positive for Covid.

    Isolate for at least five days. Isolation can end after day five as long as symptoms are improving and any fever is gone, however masking remains recommended through day 10.

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