VIDEO: Quarantine 101 – Do people who test negative after exposure still have to quarantine?

Once a person tests positive for Covid, a team of contact tracers work to track down anyone that person came into significant contact with within a given period. The contacts must then quarantine for 14 days from the last time they had in-person interaction with the Covid patient, even if they feel healthy. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

In this video Rebecca Stricker, Malheur County Health Department nursing supervisor, discusses what to do if a known contact of a Covid patient tests negative for the virus and feels well. 

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