I sorta agree, Michelin star food can be arty farty wank: https://edition.cnn.com/videos/business/2021/12/16/michelin-worst-restaurant-review-moos-pkg-vpx.cnnYeah, that tracks if you want to eat tires.
The school beggins this monday, but i'm not sure 100% are vaccinated, a few parents don´t want it.How are the schools doing near you?
We have about 40% of our kids out. I was down to 10 kids yesterday. These aren't all positives, but exposures due to positive cases coming in after break.
All of this could have been prevented if they held off on school for a week until they got everyone their home test. Instead, they bring everyone back for a week, then test them. We had under 20 positive cases total, mostly from family Christmas parties, but it feels like about 200 kids are at home. A 3rd grade class had 3 positives, and because of exposures due to close contact in class, there were 4 kids left in a class of 24.
This isn't just my school. It seems like every school around here did the same thing. My daughter's class has 7 kids in it. My wife is keeping our kids home until this calms down. This might be the biggest screw up by schools around here yet.
My whole family tested yesterday and we're all negative.
My 4 year old's class seems to be the usual based on the pictures that the teacher posts to the parent-LMS (class dojo). The 5 year old hasn't said anything about studetns being out.
I guess the county health department is too overwhelmed to do contact tracing with the schools. The school also hasn't sent out any alerts this week, so I guess they aren't doing them (I know of at least one person out with covid in the HS). The school said they will continue to contact trace directly when parents notify them of positive students.
One of my babysitters tested positive on Monday eve (last exposure on Thursday). So my 4 year old was technically in final day of quarantine on Tuesday (though school was closed anyways due to wind chill).
As per the CDC Students who are fully vaccinated and not displaying symptoms are not subject to quarantine rules.
Not sure what the CDC guidane is, but I know lots of schools have only counted unmasked exposures over the past fall.
Our school is deferring to the CDC guidance by default of State/County deferring to the CDC.
If you sat close to a positive case, you go home, wait until day 5, rapid test, and if neg, you can come back. If its pos, you're out for 20 days. Our district said only "unmasked exposures" count now. Last week, if you sat within 6 ft of someone for 15 minutes, it was an exposure.
In school, no masks. Missed one day so far this year for snow. Meanwhile Pittsburgh, which has mandatory masks in school, has moved to online classes since the new year. Once again glad I got out of that district last year.
20 days? Even at the peak, with the worst strains. CDC never recommended more than 14 day quarantine for adults.
Cases mean absolutely nothing. Testing children is retarded. Zero cases is not an option anymore if it ever was. If your district cripples itself with rules like negative tests to return because of only an exposure, they will never return to full capacity learning.
But for some districts I'm pretty sure that's the point (see Chicago).
I can't be right, because I just asked a question. I'm not trying to win an argument, I just wanted to know why you thought that.You're right, I misspoke, widespread testing of asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic people is retarded regardless of age.
Zero covid is not an option.
Did you ever get your kids tested for coronaviruses before 2020?
Just saw my kids yesterday, Sounds like a bunch of the teachers are out. No idea about the other kids.How are the schools doing near you?
There's an incentive to find covid positive patients because reimbursement rates are higher. This is a fact. Go and look it up.This is patently false.