New CDC guidance for asymptomatic COVID patients draws criticism as cases surge

The CDC shortened the isolation period for COVID-positive Americans, allowing them to leave isolation after five days if they don’t have symptoms. But the guidance doesn’t require them to get a negative test, which is drawing criticism from some experts as COVID cases continue their rapid rise. Mark Strassmann reports.

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