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OR Reducing Quarantine, Isolation Periods In Child Care Settings

(Salem, OR) -- Oregon is reducing quarantine and isolation periods from ten days to five days in licensed child care settings, if all of the kids in the classroom are wearing masks. The change was made following new guidance from the CDC. The Oregon Health Authority recommends all kids two and older wear masks. If an entire classroom isn't wearing masks, the quarantine and isolation period remains at ten days.

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