Colds and more colds…or could it be Covid?

April 1st, 2021

by Katrina Brooke

CDC Guidelines we are following:
A person with COVID-19 symptoms who tests negative for COVID-19 may return to childcare when it has been:
• at least 24 hours since fever has resolved (without fever-reducing medication)
• AND symptoms have improved
• AND family provides documentation of the negative test result to the childcare program.
A person with COVID-19 symptoms who does not get tested (a suspected case) may return to childcare when it has been:
• 10 days since symptoms began
• AND at least 24 hours since fever has resolved (without fever-reducing medication)
• AND symptoms have improved
What about a child or staff member who has only a single symptom (from list below) that lasts less than 24 hours?
A person may return to childcare the next day without having to be tested* for COVID-19 if they:
1.have no known exposure to a confirmed COVID-19 case AND
2. have only one of the following symptoms that begins and resolves within a 24-hour period:
• Headache
• Muscle pain or body aches
• Sore throat
• Fatigue
• Congestion or runny nose
• Nausea or vomiting (2 or more in 24 hours)
• Diarrhea (2 or more loose stool in 24 hours)


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