From a news article I just read:
When it was determined that Henshaw had the swine flu, the rest of her family was asked to give blood for testing, and were then quarantined into their home for an indefinite amount of time. Health officials have told the family to stay inside and away from the public, probably in the hopes that they can keep this from being spread around a larger population of people. It's obviously a very scary time for the family, and the hope is that they are going to be all right because it was caught so quickly when Hayden contracted the disease.
So what happens if you are quarantined indefinitely? Do you have someone deliver things you need? Are you allowed to go to the grocery store wearing a mask or anything? How is this enforced? Sorry so many questions, it just seems horrible to me to be quarantined (But I understand the need for it!)
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