Research and analysis overview: SPI-B: What are the potential behavioural effects of reducing the duration of quarantine for contacts?, 11 November 2020

Paper submitted by the Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B).

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SPI-B: What are the potential behavioural effects of reducing the duration of quarantine for contacts?, 11 November 2020

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Paper prepared by academics from SPI-B on the potential behavioural effects of reducing the duration of quarantine for contacts. This paper was available for participants to read at SAGE 67 on 12 November 2020, but not considered or discussed in the meeting.

The paper is the assessment of the evidence at the time of writing. As new evidence or data emerges, SAGE updates its advice accordingly.

These documents are released as pre-print publications that have provided the government with rapid evidence during an emergency. These documents have not been peer-reviewed and there is no restriction on authors submitting and publishing this evidence in peer-reviewed journals.

Published 5 March 2021