KSHB: CDC changes guidance on close contacts following new COVID-19 information

October 23, 2020

As experts study COVID-19, new information comes out almost daily, changing guidelines on how to stay safe.

Most recently, the CDC updated its guidelines on what is considered "close contact" with someone who has COVID-19.

KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, an infectious disease physician on Saint Luke's COVID Response Team, about the changes and what this means moving forward.

Watch the full story below.


Dr. Boyd explains how the pandemic will impact the upcoming holiday season.

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