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Villages Charter School ready to comply with governor’s quarantine rule

The Villages Charter School has announced compliance with Gov. Ron DeSantis’ new rule blocking quarantining of students who have been exposed to COVID-19. DeSantis was joined by new Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo earlier this week when he announced Emergency Rule 64DER21-15 “Parents have the right to have their healthy kids...
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Miami Herald

How will Florida’s new quarantine rules affect your child’s South Florida school?

Parents in Florida now have two options if their child was exposed to COVID-19: Have them quarantine or keep them in school as long as they remain asymptomatic. It’s part of a new rule Florida’s new Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo signed. That doesn’t mean the era of quarantine is over at Florida schools. Kids with symptoms still need to quarantine under the state’s new rules.
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Herald Tribune

What we know about Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo

One day after Gov. Ron DeSantis named him Florida’s top doctor, new Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo upended COVID-19 policies in schools – sparking yet another divide over battling the virus. Ladapo enacted a new rule letting parents decide whether their children should quarantine or stay in school if they...
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Daytona Beach News-Journal

No COVID-19 symptoms? Volusia-Flagler students don't have to quarantine

Quarantine after exposure to COVID-19 is no longer required in Volusia and Flagler counties schools for students who do not have any symptoms of the virus. Instead, parents can decide whether to keep their children home for up to seven days after coming in close contact with someone who tests positive for the virus. Students who are symptomatic will still have to quarantine.
VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL

State changes school quarantine policy, gives parents the option

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health issued a revised rule Wednesday that gives parents more power to decide whether to send their children to school after being exposed to COVID-19. Florida’s new Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo, who was appointed Tuesday by Governor Ron DeSantis, signed the emergency rule which replaces the August 6th order that students would need to show a negative test or quarantine after exposure.
JACKSONVILLE, FL
vnexplorer.net

Asymptomatic kids in FL can go back to school after exposed to Covid

Asymptomatic children in Florida will no longer be forced to quarantine after being exposed to a Covid-positive kid and will instead be allowed to go back to school. The updated rules were announced at a press briefing on Wednesday by the state’s new Surgeon General Dr Joseph Ladapo, who was sworn in this week by Gov Ron DeSantis.
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