The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an updated recommendation saying if you are suspected of having COVID-19, but are not showing symptoms, you can end quarantine after 10 days instead of 14 without testing. Alternatively, if you are not showing symptoms but take a test and receive a negative result, officials said that your quarantine period can end after 7 days.
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