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Aug, 2021

covid protocols

Stay home if you have any cold/flu/covid symptoms!

Covid protocols put in place by the Oregon Health Authority. Copy and pasted from OHA on August 30, 2021

(4) Individuals, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask, face covering or face shield except as exempted in section (5) or (6) of this rule when:

(a) In an indoor space; and

(b) In an outdoor space if the individuals cannot or do not consistently maintain at least six feet of distance from individuals not in their household.

(5) A mask, face covering, or face shield is not required when an individual:

(a) Is under five years of age or not yet in kindergarten; unless an individual is using public transportation or in transportation hubs in which case an individual under two years of age is not required to wear a mask, face covering or face shield.

(b) Is sleeping.

(c) Is actively eating or drinking.

(d) Is engaged in an activity that makes wearing a mask, face covering or face shield not feasible, such as when actively swimming.

(e) Is in a private individual workspace.

(f) Must remove the mask, face covering or face shield briefly because the individual’s identity needs to be confirmed by visual comparison, such as at a bank or if interacting with law enforcement.

(g) Is practicing or playing a competitive sport at any level.

(h) Is officiating a competitive sport that requires a high level of physical exertion by the official.

Specifically requirements on school grounds:

(3) Schools must ensure that all individuals, including but not limited to staff, students, contractors and visitors wear a mask, except as provided in sections (4) and (5) of this rule, when in an indoor setting:

(4) A face shield may be worn instead of a mask if an individual cannot wear a mask for medical reasons.

(5) An individual is not required to wear a mask under section (3) of this rule if the individual is:

(a) Actively eating or drinking.

(d) Engaged in a sport during physical education class such as swimming, other water sports, or a sport where wearing a mask could be a strangulation hazard such as gymnastics or wrestling.

(e) Is in a private individual workspace.

(f) Is under five years of age; unless an individual is using public transportation including school buses in which case an individual under two years of age is not required to wear a mask.

(g) Is practicing or playing a competitive extracurricular sport at any level.

(6) Nothing in this rule is intended to prohibit a school from complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Rehabilitation Act, or the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.