North Carolina schools won't force kids vaccinated against or recently recovered from COVID-19 to quarantine

Students vaccinated against COVID-19 and staff who have received their booster shots will not have to quarantine away from school after being exposed to someone with the virus. Students and staff who have had COVID-19 within the last 90 days are also exempt from quarantining after exposure.

さらに, if the student or staff member exposed to COVID and the person with COVID were wearing masks at the time of their contact, those students and staff will not be subject to quarantine.

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Research and lived experience in this pandemic have shown it is essential we do everything we can to safely keep our students in the classroom,” North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) Chief Deputy Secretary Susan Gale Perry said in a Friday statement. “In-person learning is more than academics, it’s also children interacting with their peers, getting healthy meals and accessing critical support services.

Elementary students wearing masks in the classroom (イチジク)

Elementary students wearing masks in the classroom (イチジク)

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