CDC plans to recommend shorter quarantine for people exposed to Covid-19


WASHINGTON – Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control, told members of the White House coronavirus working group on Tuesday that the agency was preparing to recommend a reduced quarantine period for people potentially exposed to Covid-19, an administrative official said.

The following guidance would recommend a seven-day quarantine for those who received a negative test for Covid-19 and a 10-day quarantine for those who did not receive a test result, the official said. This would indicate …