DOH issues interim K-12 school quarantine, isolation guidance
LIHU‘E — The state Department of Health issued new COVID-19 isolation and quarantine guidance for K-12 schools that reduces isolation and quarantine times to just five days for students and staff who meet certain conditions, the department announced Tuesday.
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How come for decades everyone knew that kids got sick at school and therefore required vaccinations? But now, when only about 20% of students and teachers are fully vaccinated, they pretend school isn’t a hub for transmission? It’s simply a lie that school is as safe staying home. Of course it is. So they always compare it to “the community” which includes EVERYONE – so it’s a deception. I’d love a public health official explain how having a kid stay basically isolated at home is the same as going to a partially vaccinated school with hundreds of kids constantly taking masks off. It’s just not.