Prince George’s County Public Schools officials want to make sure students and staff who travel during spring break don’t bring the coronavirus back with them. An announcement from the Maryland school system this week that spells out student guidelines for spring break travel noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to recommend against traveling, even for people who are fully vaccinated. Students and staff who do travel outside Maryland should get a COVID-19 test three to five days after travel and self-quarantine for seven days after travel, the school system said.
Prince George’s Co. Public Schools: Spring breakers traveling out of state will need to quarantine
March 25, 2021