Given the COVID-19 vaccines available to all college students, is AAPS still considering a test-to-stay?

Students arrive at Bryant Elementary School in Ann Arbor on Monday, August 30, 2021 for their first day of school in Washtenaw County.Jacob Hamilton | The Ann Arbor News

ANN ARBOR, MI – With the COVID-19 vaccine now available to children ages 5-11, Jeanice Swift, director of Ann Arbor public schools, said the district is still considering a testing guideline that will remove more unvaccinated students that could keep out of quarantine.

Swift confirmed on Wednesday, Nov. 17 that AAPS is still considering the implementation of test-to-stay for unvaccinated students, while also realizing that COVID-19 cases will have to decrease in the future in order to accommodate the deployment of enough staff enable.

Comments are closed.