Quarantine

One of the things that has made this virus so hard to contain is presymptomatic, silent spread. If you quarantine as soon as you have an exposure, you’ll prevent any forward transmission, and that’s the key to break the transmission chain - Abraar Karan

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For some, going back isn’t even an option. Those who are grieving the loss of loved ones, for example, have suffered a tragic and irrevocable loss. Millions who’ve lost their jobs don’t have any work to go back to, and many essential workers have been working through the pandemic without much choice. Older and immunocompromised people are still advised…

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