Coronavirus Resources for Schools

Reopening of SantaClaraCounty K12 Schools

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June 30, 2020 Page 20 positive non-household contact or (2) date that COVID-19 positive household member completes their isolation. • No actions need to be taken for persons who have not had direct contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case, and instead have had close contact with persons who were in direct contact. • Those who test positive should not return until they have met County of Santa Clara criteria to discontinue home isolation (see Table 1, Scenario 3). Return to Campus after Testing: • Symptomatic individuals who test negative for COVID-19 can return 72 hours after resolution of fever (if any) and improvement in symptoms. o Documentation of a negative test result should be provided to school administrators. o In lieu of a negative test result, allow students and staff to return to work with a medical note by a physician that provides alternative explanation for symptoms and reason for not ordering COVID-19 testing. • Symptomatic individuals who test positive for COVID-19 can return 14 days after symptom onset OR 7 days after resolution of fever and improvement in other symptoms, whichever is longer. • Asymptomatic individuals who test positive for COVID-19 can return 14 days after their positive test result. • If they test positive, close contacts to confirmed COVID-19 cases can return after completing the required isolation period described above. • If they test negative, close contacts to confirmed COVID-19 cases can return a full 14 days after (1) date of last exposure to COVID-19 positive non-household contact or (2) date that COVID-19 positive household member completes their isolation.

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