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Quarantine & the COVID-19

Vaccine
By: Kristin Olsen
Date: February 25, 2021

New guidance from the CDC allows fully vaccinated individuals to skip quarantine even if they have been exposed to COVID-19. The new guidance only applies if it has been at least two weeks since your final dose, no more than three months since that last dose, and provided you do not develop symptoms.

CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund told CNN: “It’s important to note that CDC is not suggesting someone who is vaccinated cannot spread COVID-19 within the first 90 days of being fully vaccinated, nor are we suggesting that expected protection from COVID-19 vaccines wears off after 90 days. The three months aligns with what CDC currently recommends for persons with natural infection, and we will continue to evaluate this period as we get more information on duration of protection from the vaccines.”

We have updated the COVID-19 resources available to employees and managers on Springboard to include this new guidance. To see all the resources available to Infinity Rehab employees, visit https://infinityspringboard.com/home/2020-employee-covid-19-resources. These resources are reviewed and updated monthly or when new information becomes available from local, state, and federal agencies.


Quarantine & the COVID-19 Vaccine

By: Kristin Olsen
Date: February 25, 2021


New guidance from the CDC allows fully vaccinated individuals to skip quarantine even if they have been exposed to COVID-19. The new guidance only applies if it has been at least two weeks since your final dose, no more than three months since that last dose, and provided you do not develop symptoms.

CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund told CNN: “It’s important to note that CDC is not suggesting someone who is vaccinated cannot spread COVID-19 within the first 90 days of being fully vaccinated, nor are we suggesting that expected protection from COVID-19 vaccines wears off after 90 days. The three months aligns with what CDC currently recommends for persons with natural infection, and we will continue to evaluate this period as we get more information on duration of protection from the vaccines.”

We have updated the COVID-19 resources available to employees and managers on Springboard to include this new guidance. To see all the resources available to Infinity Rehab employees, visit https://infinityspringboard.com/home/2020-employee-covid-19-resources. These resources are reviewed and updated monthly or when new information becomes available from local, state, and federal agencies.

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