What are the recommendations for isolation for a positive COVID-19 person?
Isolation- person with symptoms
Isolation person without symptoms
I tested positive for COVID-19. What can I do to help notify my close contacts of their exposure?
Next Steps: I tested positive for COVID-19. What can I do to help notify my close contacts of their exposure?
What is the definition of a close contact?
If you had contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 (at home, work, school, or anywhere else), you may be at risk of infection. Follow these recommendations for 14 days after your last close contact with someone with COVID-19 even if you test negative during this period. It is important to self-quarantine and self-monitor to protect yourself, your family, and your community. Anyone who has been exposed to COVID-19 is encouraged to get tested.
You are a "close contact" if any of the following situations happened while you spent time with the person with COVID-19, even if they didn't have symptoms:
- Had direct physical contact with the person (for example, a hug, kiss, or handshake).
- Were within 6 feet of the person for a total of more than 15 minutes in a single day.
- Had contact with the person's respiratory secretions (for example, coughed or sneezed on; contact with a dirty tissue; shared a drinking glass, food, towels, or other personal items).
- Live with the person or stayed overnight for at least one night in a house with the person.
What are the recommendations for quarantine for a close contact of a positive COVID-19 person?
Quarantine- close contact
What are the recommendations for quarantine for a household contact of a positive COVID-19 person?
Quarantine- household contact - case has symptoms
Quarantine- household contact - case has no symptoms