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Quarantine: Epidemiological intervention to prevent disease transmission
A quarantine is a restriction on the movement of people and goods which is intended to prevent the spread of disease or pests. It is often used in connection to disease and illness, preventing the movement of those who may have been exposed to a communicable disease, but do not have a confirmed medical diagnosis. It is distinct from medical isolation, in which those confirmed to be infected with a communicable disease are isolated from the healthy population. Quarantine considerations are often one aspect of border control.


Gwyneth Paltrow: Quarantine has given me a 'new perspective' [Video]

Gwyneth Paltrow: Quarantine has given me a 'new perspective'

Gwyneth Paltrow says quarantine has given her a "new perspective" on life.

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