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Ontario well being officers evaluating new CDC steerage on shortened COVID isolation

Ontario well being officers evaluating new CDC steerage on shortened COVID isolation

Ontario well being officers are new steerage from the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention on shortened COVID-19 isolation and quarantine intervals.

Ontario chief medical officer of well being Dr. Kieran Moore was set to carry a press briefing Tuesday afternoon to supply an replace on contact tracing and COVID-19 testing within the province, however his replace was postponed.

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CDC now recommends these with COVID-19 isolate for five days, down from 10

“In gentle of the lately up to date steerage from the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention on shortening the really helpful isolation and quarantine interval, the Workplace of the Chief Medical Officer of Well being and Public Well being Ontario are evaluating this steerage in opposition to Ontario-specific proof,” a press release from Carly Luis, communications director for Well being Minister Christine Elliott, stated.

Moore will now present an replace someday later this week.

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U.S. well being officers on Monday lower isolation restrictions for Individuals who catch COVID-19 from 10 to 5 days in the event that they not have signs, and equally shortened the time that shut contacts must quarantine.

CDC officers stated the steerage is in step with rising proof that individuals with the coronavirus are most infectious within the two days earlier than and three days after signs develop.

— With information from The Related Press


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Extra provinces impose new COVID-19 restrictions amid Omicron surge




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