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Quebec reduces isolation period for confirmed COVID-19 cases from 14 days to 10

MONTREAL — Quebec is reducing the mandatory isolation period required for people infected with COVID-19 from 14 days to 10.

MONTREAL — Quebec is reducing the mandatory isolation period required for people infected with COVID-19 from 14 days to 10.

Health authorities said today the change was made in response to evolving science regarding the transmission and the duration of contagiousness of the novel coronavirus.

As of today, people can end their isolation period 10 days after their first symptoms appear, or 10 days after testing positive for COVID-19 if they don’t show symptoms.

Public health adds, however, that people must also meet other…

Canadian Press

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