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CDC: Recommendations On COVID Quarantine Times Are Changing

The Centers for Disease Control now says those who have come in contact with a known case should stay at home for ten days. It had been two weeks. With Governor Abbott’s COVID task force, Dr. John Carlo says there have been many examples in Texas of people waiting more than 14 days to get their test results. The CDC also now says that after you’re fever breaks, you only need to quarantine for 24 hours instead of 72.