Do I Have a Right to Know if The Other Parent or Someone They Live with Has Covid-19?

Yes. No matter who your parenting plan designates as having health care decision-making authority over the children, both parents are responsible for making emergency health care decisions affecting the children while the children are in their care. Whether or not your child has been exposed to COVID-19 is, of course, critically important information to making emergency health care decisions, so you have the right to know if they are at risk.

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