Indiana schools no longer required to have students quarantine if they've been exposed to COVID-19
Changes are coming to Indiana schools and child care programs.
They will no longer be required to conduct contract tracing or report COVID-19 cases to the state department of health.
Students who are exposed to COVID-19 will also not be required to quarantine.
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Schools will be expected to work with local health departments in the event of an outbreak or cluster.