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N.Y. COVID exposure quarantine shortened to 10 days

N.Y. COVID exposure quarantine shortened to 10 days
Under the new rules, someone exposed to another person with coronavirus can end their required self-isolation after just 10 days without testing as long as they don’t experience any symptoms.

After the 10 days, New Yorkers must still monitor themselves for symptoms and contact their health care provider or local health department if anything changes, the governor’s office said.Another 124 New Yorkers died of the virus on Monday, bringing the state’s official death toll to 29,756.Under the new rules, someone exposed to another person with coronavirus can end their required self-isolation after just 10 days without testing as long as they don’t experience any symptoms.“While the holidays have always been synonymous with socialization, the data shows a vast majority of new cases are stemming from private gatherings,” he said.

Cuomo noted that just 31% of all hospital and intensive care beds in the state remain available.(Mike Groll/Mike Groll/Office of Governor Andrew M.

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