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District 64 COVID-19 Travel Guidelines

(updated 2.26.22)

District 64 follows the COVID-19 travel guidelines for unvaccinated travelers set forth by suburban Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH). At this time, CCDPH advises that school districts follow the CDC travel guidance. The Order outlines travel advisories and quarantine requirements for all 50 states (SEE MAP).  

Parents should be aware that there are different guidelines depending on whether you are traveling domestically or internationally. The domestic travel guidelines start below, and the international travel guidelines are found on the following pages.

DOMESTIC TRAVEL GUIDANCE

The following guidance is recommended by District 64 and the Cook County Department of Public Health and is not mandatory.

If individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 90 days, they are exempt from the Travel Order as long as the 10-day isolation (from the start of symptoms and/or positive test) has been completed, there is a documented positive test, and there are no symptoms during travel.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL GUIDANCE

Upon return to the United States, all unvaccinated travelers, including children, must:

1 - Be tested prior to boarding a return flight back to the U.S.           
AND
2 - Get COVID tested 3-5 days after arrival back to the United States.  

3 - In addition, all unvaccinated travelers must quarantine for 5 days after the date of return, even if test results are negative.  

4 - If results are positive, individuals must isolate, follow isolation/quarantine guidelines, and check in with the building nurse for further guidance.

Please note that if travelers are not tested, they must quarantine for 10 days following the date of return to the U.S. View additional CDC international travel guidance.

View a list of destinations with more specific information about risk assessment levels.