When should we test, and not test, after getting COVID-19?

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Many of us are familiar with some of the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control when it comes to testing positive for coronavirus.

They say people are supposed to isolate for 10 days following a positive test, if they do not have severe disease or are not immunocompromised.

However, Dr. Darren Mareiniss, clinical faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Einstein Medical Center, said there is a lesser known guidance from the CDC when it comes to completing that isolation period.