NBC News: CDC changes COVID-19 guidance on how long patients need to be isolated

NBC News: CDC changes COVID-19 guidance on how long patients need to be isolated. “People who have been confirmed with mild to moderate COVID-19 can leave their isolation without receiving a negative test, according to recently revised guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Increasing evidence shows that most people are no longer infectious 10 days after they begin having symptoms of COVID-19. As a result, the CDC is discouraging people from getting tested a second time after they recover.”