The CDC’s Definition of 15 Minutes Just Changed

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At the beginning of the school year, one of my siblings shared the absolutely brilliant idea his children’s school had: Have the kids get up and run around the classroom every 14 minutes so that no one sat next to anyone for 15 minutes. Therefore, no one would meet the quarantine criteria for exposure if someone tested positive!

Incredibly brilliant and also possibly the stupidest thing I’ve heard during this pandemic. And I’ve heard A LOT.

Finally, the CDC is catching up with this little loophole and slamming it shut. They updated the definition of 15 minutes of

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