Admiral Brett Giroir joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the possible new CDC quarantine guidelines and the presidential transition. Adm. Giroir says of the new guidelines that "the accumulating data suggests that we don't have to wait 14 days," and that 10 days of quarantine may suffice, adding that the CDC is "not going to advise anything that isn’t safe.” He also tells Andrea, "I have personally been contacted by several members of the public health team on the new administration, informally. We have not had formal transitions." Aired on 11/25/2020.
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Data Suggests ’We Don’t Have To Wait 14 Days’ To Quarantine & 10 Days May Suffice | Andrea Mitchell