Visitors will now be allowed to visit schools in small capacities. The district said small gatherings will also be allowed. The district said fully vaccinated students and staff will be evaluated through the contact tracing process to determine if quarantine is necessary. A CPS press release said the district will re-evaluate its procedures once school re-entry happens in June.
CPS said its mitigation efforts and vaccine access allowed for the changes. MU also announced a return to fully in-person school and activities starting next fall.
CPS also changed its quarantine procedures from a 14-day quarantine to a 10-day, in cases of COVID-19 exposure. Masks will still be required indoors at both entities. CPS students must also wear masks on school buses.
Source Student vaccination clinics for CPS students ages 16 and up begin on Tuesday.
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