Start your day here: Chicago teachers refuse to work in person; CDC holds firm on isolation guidance; Macron gets harsh on the unvaccinated
We're following these top stories today:
COVID-19 isolation: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reiterated its new guidelines for leaving isolation five days after a COVID-19 diagnosis without requiring a negative test result, despite criticism from some public health experts.
Macron gets testy: The French president told a newspaperhe wanted to "piss off" the country’s unvaccinated by limiting their access to almost everything.
🎧 Also on Up First, our daily podcast, groups of amateur detectives have been scouring social media to help track down Jan. 6 rioters.
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