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CDC plans to end five-day Covid isolation guidelines – report

People who are fever-free for one day could reportedly return to regular routines, in change that White House has not signed off on

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reportedly planning to eliminate its recommendation that people testing positive for Covid-19 should isolate for five days – the first time its guidelines on Covid-19 have changed since December 2021.

People with mild symptoms would be able to return to school or work if they are fever-free for at least 24 hours, the Washington Post reported, citing three people familiar with internal discussions on the policy change.

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