Tho. the authors suggest a14 day quarantine is sufficient, I used their data for the two normal distrib. coefficients and found an approximately 0.0013 prob. of exceeding 14 days. With ~ 75k diseased this give ~ 98 people who shoulda been quarantined longer. However there are many factors that modify this number, for example: many will be detected during their incubation some time after they were infected.
Note: N = rather small, and they give a rather large SD for the coefficients.
After consuming two hours searching and writing I found this :