The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that COVID-19 quarantine periods could be as short as seven to ten days for some people. Still, a 14-day quarantine after coronavirus exposure remains the safest option. In new guidance, CDC says people could leave quarantine without taking a test if they do not develop any symptoms ten days after being exposed to someone else with coronavirus. After seven days with a negative test result and no signs. The change comes as COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise around the United States, and with that, more people are facing quarantine.