Updated COVID Guidance for Philly Schools
Posted by City of Philadelphia on January 25, 2022
Throughout the pandemic, the Health Department has updated its guidance based on the latest science, the latest CDC recommendations, and what’s actually happening in Philadelphia. There have been a lot of questions about how to keep students and staff safe in schools, especially as we learn more about COVID and the latest variant.
We know that this is one of the most stressful times of the pandemic, and we all want our children to be safe. We will continue to look for ways to beat back this pandemic, to keep our children safe, and to come through this together.
In addition to following this guidance detailed below, the best way to keep our children safe is by getting them, and ourselves vaccinated. Anyone who is eligible should be vaccinated and receive all recommended doses.
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