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November 16: Ontario reduces length of time most people must self-isolate due to Coronavirus
Publication
Kawartha411.ca, 16 Nov 2020
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Description
Creator
VanMeer, Pamela, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Description
In its latest version of guidance documents, the Ministry of Health updated the clearance period for cases from a 14-day clearance period for all cases, to a 10-day clearance period for the majority of cases with mild to moderate illness and a 20-day clearance period for cases withsevere illness. The length of time is based on a number of factors unique to each individual case, including onset date of symptoms, severity of symptoms, or potential exposure dates for high risk contacts.

This change was not publicly announced, but was included in the provincial government's "version 10" reference guide to public health.
Publisher
Pamela VanMeer
Place of Publication
Kawartha Lakes, ON
Date of Original
16 Nov 2020
Date Of Event
16 Nov 2020
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Tremblay, Chandra
Language of Item
English
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November 16: Ontario reduces length of time most people must self-isolate due to Coronavirus


In its latest version of guidance documents, the Ministry of Health updated the clearance period for cases from a 14-day clearance period for all cases, to a 10-day clearance period for the majority of cases with mild to moderate illness and a 20-day clearance period for cases withsevere illness. The length of time is based on a number of factors unique to each individual case, including onset date of symptoms, severity of symptoms, or potential exposure dates for high risk contacts.

This change was not publicly announced, but was included in the provincial government's "version 10" reference guide to public health.