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CDC: Interim Guidance for Administrators of US K-12 Schools and Child Care Programs

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04/26/2021

CDC: Interim Guidance for Administrators of US K-12 Schools and Child Care Programs

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  • Source: CDC, Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-ihe-response.html

  • How should IHEs prepare for, and respond to, COVID-19?

  • When a confirmed case has been on campus, regardless of community transmission

  • Implement strategies to continue education and other related supports for students.

  • When there is no community transmission (preparedness phase)

  • Review, update, and implement emergency operations plans (EOPs).

  • Develop information-sharing systems with partners.

  • Reinforce healthy hygiene practices.

  • Intensify cleaning and disinfection efforts.

  • Monitor and plan for absenteeism.

  • Assess group gatherings and events. Consider postponing non-critical gatherings and events.

  • Require sick students, staff, and faculty to stay home. Establish procedures for students, staff, and faculty who are sick (with any illness) on campus.

  • Ensure IHE health clinics prepare for COVID-19.

  • Create plans to communicate accurate and timely information to the IHE community.

  • Review CDC’s guidance for businesses and employers.

  • IHE administrators can support their IHE community by sharing COVID-19 informational resources

  • When there is minimal to moderate community transmission

  • Implement multiple social distancing strategies

  • Ensure continuity of safe housing.

  • Help counter stigma and promote resilience on campus.

  • When there is substantial community transmission