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Quarantine is a medical term for the act of keeping an object in enforced isolation for a period of time to limit or prevent the spread of disease or infection.
Quarantine may also refer to:
- An alternative term for a naval blockade, particularly associated with the United States' "quarantine" of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis of late 1962
- Quarantine (video game), a 1994 video game for the 3DO and IBM PC systems
- Quarantine (2000 film), a 2000 American thriller television film
- Quarantine (2008 film), a 2008 science fiction horror film
- Quarantine (Greg Egan novel), a 1992 science fiction novel by Greg Egan
- Quarantine (Jim Crace novel), a 1997 novel by Jim Crace
- "Quarantine" (The Twilight Zone), a 1986 episode of the television series
- Quarantine (record label), an English record label
- "Quarantine" (Red Dwarf), a 1992 episode of the British sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf
- "Quarantine" (Stargate Atlantis), a fourth season episode of the sci-fi series Stargate Atlantis
- Quarantine Speech, a 1937 speech by U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Quarantine technology
- In grants of indulgences, the term Quarantines means an ecclesiastical penance of forty days
- Quarantine (GRITS album), 2010
- Quarantine (Laurel Halo album), 2012
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