The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) provided an alternative option to a 14-day quarantine standard, advising that patients with a negative test quarantine for 7 days, and those asymptomatic with no test results for 10. The adjustments were made in hopes to enhance compliance and ultimately slow the spread of COVID-19. The World Health Organization still recommends a full two-week quarantine despite the CDC’s research driven changes.

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