California relaxes COVID positive guidelines
California has relaxed its guidelines for people who test positive for COVID.
Now, instead of recommending a 5-day isolation period after a diagnosis, the state is recommending only isolating while symptomatic. If a person’s symptoms are improving, and they don’t have a fever, it is recommended that they go back to their normal activities, although wearing a mask is still encouraged.
Dr. Peter Chin-Hong joins us.
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