According to a report, two of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s daughters will have to quarantine for seven to 10 days after returning from their now-infamous trip to Cancun and will miss classes at their private school for the entire week.
Strict epidemic-mandate regulations at Houston’s elite St. John’s School Reported by POLITICO – and the Mexican resort town featured just the latest cost of the senator’s tone-deaf trip, while his millions of constituents suffered through cold, power shortages and water shortages.
Cruz has received a setback for traveling from all angles, including Houston’s police chief and former New Jersey government’s Chris Christie.
Still more shock came when he accused 10 and 12-year-old girls of traveling, who He asked you to take the gauntlet. As of Thursday, he said it was “clearly a mistake.”
Poltico said many parents were commenting on the Facebook page about the exclusive $ 31,820-a-year school trip.
The school says that students who travel internationally should have 7 to 10 days of quarantine upon their return and the school has no option for online instruction.
A few weeks before the cruise trip, parents were warned in an email by the school about traveling amidst the epidemic, Político said.
“At the end of the day, he is taking this summer to use as an excuse to take his children off. And this is a mistake, ”parents Lara Hollingsworth told the website.
“From the parents’ point of view, I am asking that the school follow the CDC guidelines, and I need to say that I do not believe it will not.”
Another parent, Victoria Konar, also told POLITICO, “I don’t mind her.” “There are people who think they are VIPs of this school, who do not want to bother to follow the rules because it violates their social lives.”
Delegates for Cruise say the children will follow the policy.
“Sen. Cruise’s daughters plan to follow the St. John’s policy, “a spokesman for the senator told The Post.
St. John’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment.