CDC to address confusion over COVID isolation periods, testing
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to address some of the confusion after they shortened the COVID-19 isolation period to five days and did not require a negative result at the end of the period.
Host Scott Tong speaks with Michael Mina, chief science officer at eMed, about the guidance.
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