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CCHS Covid-19 Liaison Meetings - Shared screen with speaker view
Michelle Kiernan
34:26
We can ask Josephine, they have not gone over that yet. Thanks!
Leila Makhoul RN CTK
37:07
we have 4 cases now in kindergarten. parents are asking if we will be testing the entire class in school?
Kathy Rooney
37:20
Can you clarify if there is a day zero when counting from positive test date? Or is test date = day #1.
Leila Makhoul RN CTK
37:22
are we required to do that
Desiree Lopez
37:54
is testing for students who have symptoms and get sent home but are not a close contact, still a recommendation ?
rebekah novak, Miramonte/AUHSD
38:44
I don't think the grid specifies but I am assuming- if they test back after five day isolation, they still need to wear a mask through Day 10?
Leila Makhoul RN CTK
39:21
great thanks. my audio is not working. We recommend that the families test at home
Karen Thornburg
39:47
If a student is already testing negative repeatedly prior to day
cfrancisco
39:49
Could you explain a bit more on Shared or same indoor air space and does this cancel the 6 feet apart we used prior.
LaTonia Mason
40:19
Are we using the test date or the symptoms date to determine return to work or school eligibility. I thought in one of our zoom meetings it was said that we were only using test dates and no longer using symptom dates.
rebekah novak, Miramonte/AUHSD
40:20
Also, so long as they are following guidelines to test, students with mild cold-like symptoms do not need to be wearing masks at school?
cfrancisco
44:07
That was perfect and thanks
Vanessa Caigoy
44:10
Do we know if CalOsha is aligned with the newest updates from CDPH?
LaTonia Mason
45:41
Hi Jennifer! Welcome to our meetings.
Lisa Spiegler
46:04
Jennifer was our school investigator for a while and we loved working with her! Congrats Jennifer!
rebekah novak, Miramonte/AUHSD
49:40
Thank you!
LaTonia Mason
49:52
Me too
Desiree
52:19
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Desiree
54:02
I am so sorry I have no idea how that message was sent 🤦
Michelle Kiernan
54:08
:D
Leila Makhoul RN CTK
54:09
what is the new definition of close contact?
Nicole Brito NP Contra Costa
55:38
Close Contact:Someone sharing the same indoor airspace, e.g., home, clinic waiting room, airplane etc., for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period (for example, three individual 5-minute exposures for a total of 15 minutes) during an infected person's (laboratory-confirmed or a clinical diagnosis) infectious period.
Leila Makhoul RN CTK
56:21
thanks
Kathy Rooney
56:48
Are they close contacts or an exposure?
Kathi Mooney
58:36
"shared air space" still applies even with HVAC systems?
Nicole Brito NP Contra Costa
58:49
yes
Michelle Kiernan
58:51
That was a great question Leila!
Lynn Mackey
01:00:07
Does the shared air space rule apply to an adult only event where the group were all 6 feet apart?
Kathy Rooney
01:00:38
Any updates on reporting requirements for summer? If no updates now, are some expected soon. Need to work on staffing
Vanessa Caigoy
01:00:42
Would it be a good practice to have a students test before an event like prom?
Pegah
01:02:47
if our school runs a summer camp does that fall under the same criteria
Kathi Mooney
01:03:14
You're the best Michelle
Jennifer Shore
01:04:26
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Document%20Library/COVID-19/Events-Playbook.pdf
Pegah
01:06:15
THANK GOODNESS!
Christine Freitag
01:10:10
Me too - that happened to me this week too. Can't add cases to an existing EE
Lisa Spiegler
01:13:15
Thank you!
rebekah novak, Miramonte/AUHSD
01:13:20
Thank you
Josephine Knutsen
01:13:21
Thank you!!
Christopher Harrell
01:13:22
Thank you!