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ComandanteDiego30 karma

A fair amount of the population of my country (Chile) is under voluntary isolation, under recommendation of the government and the media. With that voluntary isolation we were told that it's the way of flattening the spread curve (or something like that).

My question is: if we have about 14 days of isolation, washing hands and following all the health instructions, do we have less risk of being infected at the end of these 14 days of voluntary quarantine, when we go out again?