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COVID-19 Isolation Protocols

  1. If you have COVID-19 with symptoms, you may end self-isolation after: 
  2. If you have COVID-19 without symptoms, you may end self-isolation after:

What should I do if I was a close contact?

  • If you’ve been identified as a close contact, quarantine is no longer required, regardless of vaccination status or previous infection the CDC recommends wearing a mask for 10 days from last contact,  counting day 1 as the  first full day after exposure. If you have no symptoms, the CDC recommends to test at least 5 full days after your last exposure.  If you are experiencing symptoms, test immediately and isolate until results are received.