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COVID Decision Tree

Last Updated | Nov. 5, 2020

Case 1

What to do if you are a close contact to a  COVID positive Person

A close contact is someone who was within 6 feet of the infected person for at least 15 minutes at any time beginning 2 days before the infected person had symptoms or tested positive.  Close contacts include people who had 15 minutes of continuous contact with the infected person, as well as people who had repeated short-duration interactions with the infected person within 24 hours.

1. Contact the COVID Response Team school administrators
     • Ray Hisatake — rayhisatake@sfhs.com
     • Kathryn Miller — kathrynmiller@sfhs.com

2. Follow Close Contact diagram below


FAQ

1. You must complete a full 10 day quarantine as a close contact, even if you have a negative COVID test.
      a. You cannot come to campus until full quarantine is completed.

2. If you live in the household of a covid positive person, your 10 day quarantine starts at the end of  their 10 day isolation period = 20 days total.

3. If you are not symptomatic, wait until 7 days after exposure to get a COVID test.

4. If you are symptomatic, get a COVID test right away.

Case 2

What to do if you feel sick (COVID Related or Not)

1. Have you felt the following COVID related symptoms?

• Fatigue
• Muscle or body aches
• Headache

• Sore Throat
• Nausea, Vomiting or diarrhea
• Fever or Chills

• Cough
• Loss of Taste or Smell
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

2. Follow the Symptomatic diagram below, if you have had any of the symptoms above within the last 3 days that are new and unexplained

If you test positive for COVID

Contact the COVID Response Team school administrators
     • Ray Hisatake — rayhisatake@sfhs.com
     • Kathryn Miller — kathrynmiller@sfhs.com


FAQ

1. You may not return to campus until you have completed a full 10 day isolation or go 24 hours without a fever and lessening symptoms (whichever is LONGER) if you test positive for Covid.

2. If you have Covid related symptoms but do not take a test, the school must treat this as a positive test and will follow the 10 day isolation rules.

3. If you test negative, you may return to school only with proof of a negative test or a physician’s note.

4. If you test positive and have completed the isolation period you do not have to give a note to the school.