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COVID Protocol January 2022

January 3, 2022

Conneaut School Community:

Happy New Year! The District wishes everyone health and happiness in 2022.

Over the winter break, several COVID protocols were announced by the PA Department of Health. Most significant was PA DoH alert PA-HAN 615 on December 30, 2021.

· This guidance replaces PA-HAN 607 and provides clarification on isolation and quarantine recommendations for persons exposed to SARS-CoV-2.

· Persons who test positive for COVID-19 must isolate for 5 days. If after 5 days, the patient is asymptomatic or has resolving symptoms, their isolation period is over; however, they should still wear a mask around others until day 10.

· Persons who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and have received a booster vaccine or are within 6 months of receiving their primary vaccine series should wear a mask around others for 10 days, but do not need to quarantine.

· All exposed persons regardless of vaccination should test on Day 5 if possible.

At this time, there are no changes to our COVID mask protocols. On December 13, 2021 the district announced that wearing of a mask or face covering in our schools was not required. The district continues to strongly recommend individuals who are not vaccinated wear a mask or face covering in school.

All PA schools must report positive cases of COVID-19 to PA DoH for case investigation, contact tracing, and issuance of quarantine and/or isolation orders; and exclude from school children and staff showing symptoms of a communicable disease. School officials have the authority to restrict people who are at risk of spreading COVID-19 from entering the school building. Schools do not need a quarantine order to take action to protect the health and safety of students and staff.

We appreciate your continued cooperation and support. Please contact the building principal with all questions.

Most importantly, do not come to school if you are sick.

Sincerely,

Jarrin Sperry

Superintendent Conneaut School District





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