Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images
Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday changed its guidance again after an outcry from public health officials, saying asymptomatic people who have come in contact with Covid-19 should be tested. The updated guidance aligns more closely with previous recommendations.

“If you have been in close contact, such as within 6 feet of a person with documented SARS-CoV-2 infection for at least 15 minutes and do not have symptoms, you need a test,” the CDC posted on its website Friday, referring to the virus that causes Covid-19.

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