Ohio Chief Medical Officer Explains New CDC Quarantine Recommendations

COLUMBUS, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – It’s hoped the new CDC quarantine measures will lead to further cooperation in preventing spread of the coronavirus.

Those exposed to the virus are now told to stay home for 10 days, reduced to seven days with a negative test.

Ohio Department of Health Chief Medical Officer Dr Bruce Vanderhoff says those in congregate-like settings are still advised to quarantine for 14 days.