According to KTLA 5, the Los Angeles County health authorities have relaxed quarantine rules for asymptomatic people who are exposed to COVID-19.
The updated rule went into effect today, April 15, by removing the quarantine requirement for those exposed to someone with the virus but are experiencing no symptoms. Even though the state has been easing requirements, people are still required to mask up indoors for 10 days and to get tested after being exposed.
This new quarantine rule also changed what it means to have "close contact" with someone infected. Being in "close contact" means if you share the same indoor space for 15 minutes with the infected person. Go to KTLA 5 for more.