Iowa health guidelines define an exposure as 15 consecutive minutes within a distance of six feet. To avoid having to quarantine anyone should a student test positive, some Iowa schools are having students get up and move around every 14 minutes.
Iowa govt's guidelines say those exposed to the virus for 15 consecutive min within 6 feet need to quarantine after exposure So schools are literally having kids get up and move around the room every 12-14 minutes
In response to guidelines requiring people exposed to the virus for 15 consecutive minutes within 6 feet to quarantine, Iowa school districts tell students to get out of their seats and move around every 14 minutes.
Congratulations, Iowa officials. You have found a highly effective way to move infectious children throughout a school.
In Iowa teachers are being told to get students up and walking around every 12-14 minutes to skirt quarantine guidelines. via