CECC ends mandatory quarantine requirements
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has lifted its mandatory coronavirus quarantine regulations.
Starting today, reporting of mild or asymptomatic infections, as well as the current mandatory five-day quarantine for infected individuals has been phased out. Under the new policy, people who obtain a positive rapid test result will no longer have to confirm their results via a tele-medicine appointment, and instead, will simply be asked to monitor their health for a period of 10 days. People with symptomatic infections will be encouraged, but not required, to stay at home until their symptoms ease or to wear a mask at all times if they do go out.
The government has also stopped issuing digital coronavirus certificates and quarantine notifications and people can now use a photograph of their positive rapid test result as documentation for taking sick leave. However, the Ministry of Education is still advising students and teachers against attending classes in-person for five days after testing positive for the coronavirus.