After a coronavirus infection, when is it safe to be around others? CDC offers new guidance
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For those who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or suspect they may be infected, knowing when it’s safe to see other people can be daunting. In an attempt to offer some clarification, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week issued new guidelines on how to proceed after you are feeling better.
For those who are symptomatic and have a confirmed or highly suspected case of COVID-19, the federal agency advised waiting 10 days since symptoms first appeared, including three days with no fever, before seeing others. Overall symptoms must also have improved before coming out of isolation, the CDC added.
“Depending on your health care provider’s advice and availability of testing, you might get tested …continued .
[Source: Fox News]