Isolation/Quarantine Protocols

  • March 18, 2022

    The Minnesota Department of Education has provided updated guidance on quarantine and isolation: "Throughout the pandemic, the Recommended COVID-19 Decision Tree for Schools, Youth Programs and Child Care Programs from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has helped determine when to direct children, families and staff to isolate and/or quarantine. This tool has been under review and was retired this week.

    The decision tree has been replaced with a Guide for Isolation and a Guide for Quarantine for schools, child care and youth programming. Each guide provides best practice recommendations for isolation and quarantine in alignment with CDC guidance. You can also visit If You Are Sick or Test Positive and Close Contacts and Quarantine for more information on isolation and quarantine."

    January 14, 2022

    As of January 14, 2022, the COVID-19 isolation period has been reduced to five days following a positive test result or the onset of symptoms (whichever occurs first). The following graphic illustrates the timeframe. Note that the “0” day is reflective of the positive test result or onset of symptoms.


    Please click here or the graphic below to review District 748 protocols related to COVID-19 isolation/quarantine.

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Last Modified on March 22, 2022