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MDHHS updates COVID guidance

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The Michigan Health Department updated their COVID-19 isolation and quarantine guidance on Thursday.

Regardless of vaccination status, people with COVID symptoms or a positive test need to isolate, according to the department. But Chief Medical Executive Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian says the state “has entered a post-surge recovery phase.”

The new recommendations suggest 10 days of self-monitoring after exposure and testing within 10 days, as well as use of a well-fitting mask. Patients should also isolate at home for five days after the start of symptoms or a positive test.

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1 comment

Jim March 14, 2022 at 7:58 pm

Just shut up. I think since COVID is over, there are a bunch of “health” policy professionals that focused on the China flu that we no longer need. Really, what were they doing before COVID? It would appear nothing.

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