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CDC considering shortening quarantine time for COVID-19 exposure – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

(WIAT) — The CDC is considering changing its quarantine guidelines for people that have come into contact with COVID-19. Current guidelines mandate a 14-day quarantine…

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(WIAT) The CDC is considering changing its quarantine guidelines for people that have come into contact with COVID-19. Current guidelines mandate a 14-day quarantine for those exposed, even if you test negative.
The guideline change would reduce the 14-day quarantine to 7-10 days for those exposed to COVID-19. Officials said with diagnostic testing available, and more widely available, a shorter quarantine may be possible.
“You know, if you find out you’ve been exposed, but it doesn’t meet the…

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