Doing your part to help control the spread of a disease? Losing track of time and need some motivation? Download a printable quarantine calendar template and color in the days as they tick by. The inspiration for these new calendar designs came from watching too many movies about people stranded on islands or locked in prisons. For those who feel like quarantine is a prison, yet still have a computer and printer ... now you have a way to make tally marks without having to scratch your walls! Seriously, though, we truly hope that everyone suffering from any type of illness will make a full and speedy recovery!

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Quarantine Calendar

for Excel or PDF
Quarantine Calendar Template

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2007 or later
⤓ Blank PDF

Description

The COVID-19 quarantine is supposed to be 14 days, but we have 15 tally marks because the first day might only be a partial day (and of course, the page doesn't look complete without that last horizontal tally mark).

With the Excel version, you can enter a Start Date at the top to update all of the other dates prior to printing. In the blank PDF version, you can write in the dates by hand.

Day by Day Quarantine Calendar

for Excel or PDF
Day by Day Quarantine Calendar with Tally Marks

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2007 or later
⤓ Blank PDF

Description

This version is for people stuck at home or locked up with no clear end in site, just taking it one day at a time. Print a new sheet for every 30 days. You can print as many as you want! Hopefully you don't NEED to, though. Now you can track time the old fashioned way - with tally marks! This can be some fun for the whole family! Every day, you can get together, gathering near your favorite wall and take turns coloring in that next popsicle stick tally mark.

Quarantine Countdown Calendar

for Excel
Quarantine Countdown Calendar

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2007 or later

Description

When you're stuck in quarantine, you might as well be doing something. Try to list at least 4 things to do each day, even if that is just reading a book, calling a friend, or practicing an instrument.

 

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