Updates to the RSU 57 Return to Work Plan (plan attached)
RtW p 2
Please find the Governor’s November 13th announcement here making Massachusetts NO LONGER exempt from quarantine and testing, effective November 16th.
- Reminder (p. 2): Before returning to work, employees who have left Maine. (beyond State’s in the current Executive Order--see footnote below) since July 1, 2020 must provide a negative COVID-19 test result or attest that they have sufficiently quarantined. After August 1st, travel outside of Maine must be reported in advance to RSU #57 Nursing staff.
Updates to the RSU 57 Reopening Plan (plan attached)
ROP p 11
Return to School after travel (Effective November 16th)
Per the office of the Governor, effective Monday, November 16, 2020, Massachusetts is no longer exempt from Maine’s quarantine or negative test requirement. People coming here from Massachusetts must either quarantine for 14 days or receive a negative COVID-19 test with a sample taken no longer than 72 hours from arrival in Maine. This protocol applies to Maine residents returning from Massachusetts or another of the non-exempt states.
New Hampshire and Vermont remain exempt from the 14-day quarantine or negative test requirement.