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School Closing/Coronavirus Information

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For Immediate Release March 18, 2020

KDHE issues new mandates for quarantine and isolation of travelers, close contacts and those being tested

TOPEKA - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is issuing new mandates today surrounding COVID-19, including travelers, close contacts of confirmed cases and those being tested. KDHE is now mandating 14-day home quarantine for Kansans who have:

• Traveled to a state with known widespread community transmission (currently California, Florida, New York and Washington state) on or after March 15.

• Visited Eagle, Summit, Pitkin and Gunnison counties in Colorado in the week prior to March 15 or after. • Traveled on a cruise ship or river cruise on or after March 15. o People who have previously been told by Public Health to quarantine because of their cruise ship travel should finish out their quarantine.

• Traveled internationally on or after March 15. o People who have previously been told by Public Health to quarantine because of their international travel to China, South Korea, Japan, Italy and Iran should finish out their quarantine.

• Received notification from public health officials (state or local) that you are a close contact of a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19. You should quarantine at home for 14 days since your last contact with the case. (A close contact is defined as someone who has been closer than 6 feet for more than 10 minutes while the patient is symptomatic.)

There is no need for returning travelers to notify KDHE about their return. Information on COVID-19 cases in the U.S. and states with community transmission can be found at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

Home Quarantine Guidelines Those who are under home quarantine should not attend school, work or any other setting where they are not able to maintain at about a 6-foot distance from other people. If a person under quarantine develops symptoms of COVID-19 during their 14-day quarantine period, including a measured fever of 100.4 (F) or higher and lower respiratory symptoms like coughing or shortness of breath, they should contact their healthcare provider and tell them about their recent travel or other COVID-19 exposure.

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School Closing/Covid-19 New

27 de marzo. Actualización 2020 del Sr. Horn

  Saludos a los residentes del condado de Stanton. En este momento, todos ustedes deberían haber sido contactados por la escuela de su hijo. Los maestros y el personal han estado trabajando duro . . .

Posted Date: 03/28/2020


March 27. 2020 Update from Mr. Horn

  Greetings Stanton County residents. By now, all of you should have been contacted by your child’s school. The teachers and staff have been working hard to get ready for virtual school, which will . . .

Posted Date: 03/28/2020


24/03/2020 Actualización del Sr. Horn

24 de marzo de 2020   Saludos a los residentes del condado de Stanton. Ayer, todos los empleados de USD # 452 se reunieron virtualmente para discutir el plan de educación continua que será . . .

Posted Date: 03/24/2020


3-24-2020 Update from Mr. Horn

March 24, 2020 Greetings Stanton County residents. Yesterday all USD #452 employees met virtually to discuss the continual education plan that will be developed by the faculty and staff. As all of . . .

Posted Date: 03/24/2020