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Quarantine Information
Beaumont Hospital Vaccine Information

Please see the attached information for vaccine process for Beaumont Hospital.

Quarintine Procedure

Macomb County school districts who have returned to in-person learning are required to follow Health Department quaratine procedures. These procedures reflect a proactive approach designed to mitigate the further spread of COVID-19, in the event someone with a positive event has attended school or a school-related activity. 

Macomb County Health Department 

The most-recent Macomb County Return to School toolkit is available at this link.


Identifying Close Contacts (Page 5)
A person with confirmed or probable COVID-19 is considered to be contagious 48 hours prior to symptom onset or, if asymptomatic, 48 hours prior to the date a person was tested for COVID-19. All individuals who were in contact with the person in that timeframe should be identified by the school. The MCHD will work with the school to determine who meets the definition of a close contact. These individuals are at higher risk of developing an infection and are required to quarantine for at least 10 days. 

Who is a close contact? (Page 5)
A close contact is most often someone who has been within 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period with or without a face covering. The MCHD may determine that a distance beyond 6 feet or a time period of less than a total of 15 minutes can still result in a high risk of transmission based on other considerations and circumstances.

Learning Plan

Students who are quarantined for confirmed positive or mandated close contact relative to COVID-19 will be afforded opportunities for daily engagement with their teacher(s) to foster continuity of learning.  Applicable students should monitor their Schoology account for specific and available times.