KSHB: Proper quarantine procedure can help limit COVID-19's spread

November 30, 2020

Despite warnings by health experts to avoid large gatherings and travel for Thanksgiving, many Americans still did so this past week.

As COVID-19 cases surge and hospitals become more strained, hospitals expect even more cases in the coming weeks. 

KSHB talked to Dr. Ginny Boos, Saint Luke's Health System Director of Infection Prevention, about the proper way to quarantine if you saw others for Thanksgiving, whether you have symptoms or not.

Watch the full story below.

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