- The CDC's travel risk, domestic travel during the pandemic, and international travel pages (updated 12/2/20) outline lowest risk to higher risk categories of travel, as well as what to do before and after traveling with regard to testing and quarantine times.
- Please use the above CDC tools, and check the state and local restrictions of where you are going to assess your risk. If you do travel, we are asking families and staff to get tested 3-5 days after returning and stay home for 7 days, even if the test is negative. A list of testing resources is available here.
- Using the above as a timeframe, you could travel and return on Dec. 29 in order to quarantine in your home before you can safely return to campus on Jan. 5.
- The CDPHE guidance for skiing can help you make a determination about whether or not to go skiing. As long as all of the precautions are followed, it has been suggested that skiing may be a lower risk activity since it takes place outdoors. Check with your chosen destination for mountain- or resort-specific guidelines, and review any public health guidelines that the town or county you’re traveling to may have in place.
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