CDC Says Recommended Quarantine Time After COVID-19 Exposure May be Shortened to 7 or 10 Days



The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reduced the recommended days a person must quarantine after coronavirus exposure from 14 days to seven or 10 days. The new guidelines announced Wednesday say people who have close contact with an infected person can end their quarantine after seven days if they receive a negative test or after 10 days without a test. That probably means that this virus is getting weaker!


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