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Joliet Central High School. JT Campus Connect. Student Handbook. Campus Parent. The test is given at school, once a week, at no cost. How can a student participate? Participation in the program is optional. Why should students participate? Identifying infections early and isolating infected students breaks the chain of infection and prevents the virus from spreading. The test detects the virus days before it becomes transmissible with This means that even if the transmission rates rise in our community, we can control the spread of the virus in our schools, keeping transmission rates low among our unvaccinated students.
What is involved with the testing?
The test is painless, non-invasive, and is supervised by an individual trained in monitoring the administration of the test. Saliva is collected in a test tube and is used for screening purposes only. More information about the test can be accessed HERE. Vaccinated students without symptoms do not need to quarantine if exposed to the virus.
This means they can still attend school in person, attend events such as dances, and carry on as normal. Unvaccinated students, or students who have not submitted proof of vaccination, must quarantine for 14 days. Vaccinated students do not need to wear a mask when participating in athletics, including practices and games. Unvaccinated students are required to wear a mask when participating in athletics indoors.
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