Despite a skyrocketing increase in COVID-19 cases over the holidays, Connecticut public school students are returning on Monday under new state guidelines that relax quarantine requirements and move away from contact tracing.
The State Department of Public Health on Friday released new guidelines that are in line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that reduce recommended quarantines from half to five days, while suggesting the person wear a mask when she is around others for the next five days.
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