It’s novel coronavirus, so what we were advised early in the fight is evolving as the world’s scientists and labs work and learn more.
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare has updated graphics of the new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control about how long someone who tests positive for COVID-19 should isolate from others.
CDC is shifting from a testing-based strategy to a symptom-based strategy, as individuals who have recovered can continue to test positive for up to 90 days for the virus after first onset of symptoms. That is long after people have recovered and are no longer considered contagious.
– David Johnson, DJGroup