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New CDC Guidance - Summarized!

Posted by Stephen B. Rotter | Aug 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

  1. Exposed to Covid-19 with no symptoms or positive test

No longer required to quarantine for exposure only.  However, recommended to wear a mask for 10 days after exposure.

  1. Exposed to Covid-19 and experiencing symptoms.

Get tested for Covid-19 five days after exposure.  For a positive test, isolate for at least five days and wear a mask until 10 days after the first positive test result.  For a negative test, may end isolation but should continue to wear a mask for another five days.

  1. Test positive for Covid-19

Isolate for 10 days after the first positive test result.  If symptoms improve, may end isolation and continue to wear mask if symptoms still exist.  If symptoms worsen during the 10-day time period, restart the 10-day isolation clock at symptom onset.

  1. At the workplace

Employees may be at the workplace after exposure if they wear a mask but should isolate at home if they test positive or have symptoms of Covid-19 – following above guidance.

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