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Effective December 8, 2020 - Updated


Stay-at-home period for close contact exposures of individuals who have tested positive

Based on current CDC guidance, the stay-at-home period can end for individuals experiencing no symptoms:

On Day 10 after close contact exposure if unable to test or don't want to test.

On Day 7 after close contact exposure and after receiving a negative test result. Contact your campus nurse for testing on day 5 of stay-at home period. If test results are negative, then staff or students may return to school on day 7 if there are no symptoms.

If individuals return to school from these shorter stay-at-home windows, they should regularly monitor themselves for symptoms to ensure they remain symptom-free and take appropriate precautions for the duration of the 14-day incubation period.

If staff or students are currently on quarantine and meet the 10 day stay-at-home rule noted above, then the campus will contact staff or students for returning to campus.  If a date changes for return date, contact Melanie Ferguson with the new return date.