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CCHS Covid-19 Liaison Meetings - Shared screen with speaker view
Vanessa Caigoy
33:25
Is there an estimated timeline when schools would need to stop doing contact tracing?
Lisa Spiegler
34:56
Do you have any updates on student vaccine mandates - where you see this issue going/predicted timelines…
Vanessa Caigoy
35:40
Sorry, group tracing… we are trying to figure out staffing for next year and if this would be on schools to still do
Kathy Rooney
35:43
Even with group tracing, how long will districts need to report to the county?
Alicia Bush
35:47
Q re: Mobile Vaccination Clinic. I have some schools that have requested to schedule a Mobile Vaccination Clinic. Unfortunately, they have not received any contact. Do you have an email or contact number that we can use to reach out and help expedite this process?
Lisa Spiegler
37:01
Thank you!
Aimee Strain
38:03
Do you have any advice on how school Districts should handle volunteers or visitors on site? Or any processes that other Districts are following?
Kathy Rooney
39:17
yes
Nicole Brito NP Contra Costa
41:40
covid.schools@cchealth.org
Alicia Bush
43:04
Alicia Bush - abush@pittsburgusd.net
Lisa Spiegler
43:27
It works
Lisa Spiegler
43:34
Yes - when you click through it works
Vanessa Caigoy
43:35
It worked
Aimee Strain
47:03
Thank you!
Aimee Strain
49:59
Do you have any advice on how school Districts can comply with the testing requirements for at home tests?
Aimee Strain
50:30
Cal Osha guidance says they cannot be self read and self adminstered.
Aimee Strain
50:33
Sorry, no mic.
Aimee Strain
50:45
Yes
Dianne Driscoll
51:49
Follow up question: is this cal osha rule for when someone has been positive?
Dianne Driscoll
51:58
Or is it testing after a break?
Jill Lucia
55:13
Do you know how long home test results last? I believe we have a parent showing us the same device? We ask parents to send photos of their child’s testing results.
Megan Balderas
55:33
Are unvaccinated employees still required to test weekly?
Vanessa Caigoy
56:33
We have parents write their student’s names and the date written in marker or pen on the test then take a picture.
Yalda Modabber: Golestan
57:09
FYI: Negative rapid tests sometimes turn positive after 15 minutes. It is not an indication of infection.
HowarterGena(Wk)
58:19
There is an order from August from the State of California about required weekly testing. I will try to find the link
Luz Becerra
58:45
I just received a notification from our COVID-19 test provider stating that the HRSA COVID-19 Uninsured Program run out of funds and they will no longer be able to cover costs of testing for uninsured individuals starting March 22,2022 and for vaccines of uninsured starting April 5th,2022. Do you have more information regarding this matter?
Aimee Strain
58:49
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Order-of-the-State-Public-Health-Officer-Vaccine-Verification-for-Workers-in-Schools.aspx
Dianne Driscoll
01:02:16
Thank you!
Pegah
01:03:12
CAL OSHA stated that booster eligible is considered fully vaccinated.
Juan of ABC School
01:03:14
For unvaccinated school workers?
Juan of ABC School
01:04:06
do unvaccinated school workers need to test weekly/
Pegah
01:04:06
so, would a not-up-to-date need weekly tests?
Juan of ABC School
01:04:24
ok, thanks
Lisa Spiegler
01:05:28
For purposes of this Order, the following definitions apply:A. "Fully Vaccinated" means individuals who are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19: two weeks or more after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or vaccine authorized by the World Health Organization), or two weeks or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson [J&J]/Janssen). COVID-19 vaccines that are currently authorized for emergency use:
Lisa Spiegler
01:06:34
Thanks so much! Have a wonderful spring break!