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CDC Shortens Self-Quarantine Time

December 5, 2020

From the WebMD website

This story was updated December 2 with the CDC making the change official. 

November 25, 2020 — The CDC has updated its recommendations for coronavirus self-quarantining to 7 to 10 days instead of 14 days.

The Wall Street Journal first reported last week that the change was likely.

If individuals do not develop symptoms, they need only quarantine for 10 days; if they test negative, that period can be reduced to just 7 days.

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