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CECC revises criteria for release from isolation for confirmed COVID-19 cases (with complications)

Date:2023-06-08

On April 7, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that it will revise the current criteria for release from isolation for confirmed COVID-19 cases (with complications) to satisfy the practical needs of clinical operations. The revised criteria are listed below. Confirmed cases (with complications) who are hospitalized for treatment can be released from isolation and go home if their symptoms have abated and they no longer require hospitalization after evaluation by doctors. Those who continue to require hospitalization for medical care for other illnesses can be released from isolation if the clinical (fever has dissipated for at least one day and symptoms have abated) and testing (negative rapid/PCR test results or Ct values≧30 by PCR) conditions are met or ten days have elapsed since the day of symptom onset/specimen collection and after doctors determine they have met the criteria.

https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/TU_VQZ7j8fGjLC8ZG4u54Q?typeid=158

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