What the CDC’s New Quarantine Guidelines Mean for You
With changeing guidelines its important to stay in the know. Slate has a handy artlicle breaking down what the new CDC guidlines might mean for you.
Throughout this pandemic, as we’ve learned more and more about the virus, the guidelines for how we are supposed to live with it have evolved too. This has led to public health advice that changes frequently and is often hard to incorporate into our lives and plans—take, for example, the guidance to not travel for Thanksgiving delivered mere days before Thanksgiving. Now, as we head into another holiday season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has an update to their quarantine guidance. You might have some questions. We’ll do the best we can with answers.
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