Below are two links that describe some of the new CDC recommendations around boosters and isolation/quarantine periods.  As I mentioned yesterday, we are currently seeing a spike in cases in our school community, more than we have seen at anytime during the pandemic.

An additional important tip/piece of guidance to share is this:  If your student has symptoms, PLEASE get them tested.  If the test is positive, they would need to isolate for at least 5 days (and fever free with no primary symptoms for 24hrs). Following their isolation from a positive case of COVID,  they would NOT need to quarantine if they were a close contact for the next 90 days (following CDC/OHA recommendations).

CDC Updates and Shortens Recommended Isolation and Quarantine Period for General Population | CDC Online Newsroom | CDC

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