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CDC Shortens Quarantine Time

CDC Once Again Changes Its Guidelines

The Center for Disease Control And Prevention is set to once again change its guidelines. The senior administrator of CDC has stated that the new guidelines will shorten the time that people need to quarantine. People who have been exposed to the virus only have to quarantine for 10 days. If they test negative, then they will only have to quarantine for seven days. The past recommendation was 14 days.

The official, who has decided to keep his information private, stated that scientists have discussed changing the guidelines for quite some time. They have been studying the incubation period of the virus for several months. This change in policy will allow people to return to their normal activities much more quickly.

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