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The CDC Lowers Quarantine Time From 10 Days To 5, Possibly Due To Delta CEO Complaint

The CDC has lowered the recommended quarantine time after a positive virus test from 10 days to 5 days. This comes on the heels of Delta CEO Ed Bastian writing a letter to the CDC asking them to do that very thing just one week ago. Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on CNN to answer the question of why the CDC lowered the quarantine time and he spoke about the need for society to function properly. Fauci also referred to the availability of the workforce as being paramount, especially for “essential” positions. The CDC, however, presented a more “scientific” reason for the recommendation change. So the obvious question is… who should the American people believe?

SOURCES:

Delta CEO asks CDC to cut quarantine time for breakthrough COVID cases | Reuters

CDC cuts recommended isolation period from 10 days to 5: COVID updates

CDC shortens recommended Covid-19 isolation and quarantine time – CNN

CDC cuts isolation time recommended for people with asymptomatic coronavirus infections – The Washington Post

CDC cuts recommended isolation and quarantine time after coronavirus exposure : Coronavirus Updates : NPR

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