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CDC Likely To Recommend Shortening Coronavirus Quarantine Period – NPR

Federal health officials could reduce the quarantine from the currently recommended 14 days to as few as seven for people who test negative for the virus.



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The doorway to Jones Hall is shown at Utah State University in September, where about 300 students were being quarantined to their rooms as a precaution.
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Federal health officials are likely to shorten their recommendation for how long people should quarantine to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus from the current 14 days to as few as seven.
Current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations call for two weeks of isolation from the last contact with a person…

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