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So, the CDC is now encouraging people who test positive to stay home and quarantine for 10 days, and then if you have no symptoms, return to work.

“What they’ve found in their research is, after a certain number of days, virtually everyone is not shedding the virus,” Spillers said. “That’s about 10 to 12 days out, people are no longer shedding the virus and people are no longer infectious and you don’t need another test to prove that.”

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