CDC Announces New Guidelines on Length of COVID-19 Quarantines
The CDC has announced that some COVID-19 quarantine periods can be as short as seven to 10 days. But the 14-day quarantine period is still recommended.
The new guidance says that someone can leave quarantine without a test after the 10 days if they do not develop any COVID-19 symptoms after exposure or seven days with no symptoms and a negative test.
In Beltrami County, guidances are based on those from the Minnesota Department of Health. Officials hope to hear the new MDH guidelines by the end of the week.