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  4. How Long Are You Contagious With COVID? Here’s What the CDC ...

    www.nbcchicago.com/news/coronavirus/how-long-are...

    "A person with COVID-19 is considered infectious starting two days before they develop symptoms, or two days before the date of their positive test if they do not have symptoms," according to the...

  5. How long is someone with COVID contagious? - CBS Boston

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    BOSTON – How long is someone with COVID-19 contagious and when can they safely come out of isolation? Researchers in Boston hope a study will shed some light on those questions. Experts believe...

  6. How long is a person contagious with coronavirus?

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    How long is someone contagious? Justin Paget/Getty Images Experts believe that the time from exposure to symptom onset, also known as the incubation period, is 2–14 days. However, symptoms...

  7. How Long Are You Contagious With COVID? – NBC Chicago

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    Anyone who contracts COVID-19 is advised to isolate for at least five days, but could you be contagious even after that? It's a possibility, according to Chicago's top doctor. People are likely the...

  8. When Are You Most Contagious With COVID and How Long Can You ...

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    According to the CDC, data suggests patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19 remain infectious no longer than 10 days after symptom onset. Those with severe-to-critical illness stemming from a COVID...

  9. How Long Are You Contagious With COVID and When Are You ... - MSN

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    Generally, a person with COVID-19 is considered infectious starting two days before they develop symptoms, or two days before the date of their positive test if they do not have symptoms ...

  10. How Long After Having COVID-19 Are You Contagious? - Health

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    Some of this initial advice may have stemmed from the fact that after you've had COVID-19, it can still be detectable in the upper respiratory tract for up to three months, per the Centers for...

  11. How Long Is COVID-19 Contagious? A Look at the Research

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says most people with COVID-19 are contagious for up to 10 days following symptom onset. Symptom onset is the day you first start to feel sick. People who have had severe COVID-19 may be contagious for up to 20 days. This is also true for people who are immunocompromised .

  12. How Long Are You Contagious With COVID? Here's What Doctors Say

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    For those without symptoms, CDC guidance states they are considered contagious at least two days before a positive test. The CDC states that anyone who may have been exposed to someone with COVID...

  13. How Long Are You Contagious With COVID? Here's What the CDC ...

    excoga.com/article/how-long-are-you-contagious-with-covid...

    If you test positive for coronavirus, you may have several questions, including how long you are contagious, how long should you quarantine for and more. With COVID cases rising in the Chicago area and parts of the U.S., local health officials have issued warnings to take precautions, particularly in areas where transmission risk is increasing.