The CDC has announced an update to quarantine guidelines, offering options for shorter quarantine periods for those who may have been exposed to COVID-19 but are without symptoms.
- An individual may end quarantine 10 days after an exposure to COVID-19 if the individual does not take a test.
- An individual may end quarantine 7 days after an exposure to COVID-19 if the individual tests negative.
While offering these shorter alternative, the CDC still recommends a 14 day quarantine as the safest option.
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