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November 25, 2020

Health Law Daily

CDC May Soon Shorten Length Of Self-Quarantine Period After Potential Exposure To The Coronavirus

  • November 25, 2020

Reuters (11/24, Nadeem, O'Donnell) reports the CDC “may soon shorten the length of self-quarantine period after potential exposure to the coronavirus.” Health officials “currently recommend a 14-day quarantine in order to curb transmission of the virus but an official said Tuesday that there is evidence that the period could be shortened if patients are tested for the virus during their quarantine.”
      Other sources covering the story include: The Hill (11/24, Wilson), NBC News (11/24, Miller, Weaver), and the Wall Street Journal (11/24, McKay, Subscription Publication).