Minnesotans exposed to COVID can *in some cases* quarantine for less than 14 days, under new state guidelines based on C-D-C recommendations. Kris Ehresmann with the Minnesota Department of Health says:

“There are options for people, but it does require a great deal of individual responsibility to make sure that you’re attending to all of our mitigation measures, that you’re watching closely for symptoms, and that you’re committed to isolating immediately if you do develop any symptoms.”

But quarantines shorter than 14 days are only allowed in *some* cases, and you should visit minnesotanewsnetwork.com to determine if it works for your situation.   But a shorter quarantine is *never* allowed if it’s a household exposure to COVID… if the person lives or works in a congregate setting… or if they’re a health care worker.