(St. Paul, MN) — Minnesota is no longer requiring licensed child care providers to quarantine children and staff who come in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Instead, the state’s Department of Human Services says that license holders are strongly encouraged to follow state or federal guidance on quarantining. Child care providers will still be required to report positive COVID cases among children or staff to state health officials and isolate anyone who has tested positive for the virus.
Minnesota Child Care Provides No Longer Required To Quarantine Children And Staff
By Ashley Hanley|2022-01-14T05:31:47-06:00January 14th, 2022|
About the Author: Ashley Hanley
Ashley (Goettl) Hanley is a North Mankato native and Mankato West graduate who made the switch from TV journalism to radio. After five years at KEYC News 12, Ashley is thrilled to be working for KTOE News. Ashley and her husband John, and son John, enjoy spending time in the community. You can also find Ashley coaching and playing softball and supporting her brother on the MSU football team and her sister with Scarlet athletics. Even though she went to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Ashley kept her Minnesota roots and is a big Twins and Vikings fan!