Please review the most recent guidelines from the CDC in regards to isolation and quarantining for COVID-19.
Anyone who tested positive may discontinue isolation after 5 full days (day “0” is the day they first exhibited symptoms or tested positive) if they are either asymptomatic or their symptoms have resolved. They should continue to wear a mask when around others until at least day 10. If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves. If an individual is unable to wear a mask consistently and correctly, they should a complete 10 day isolation. If an individual is a healthcare worker, they should follow isolation guidelines outlined by their employer.
If an individual is unable to wear a mask consistently and correctly, they should a complete 10 day quarantine. If an individual is a healthcare worker, they should follow quarantine guidelines outlined by their employer.
Please contact us via the COVID-19 technical assistance form for any questions or concerns regarding this new guidance.
Additional information is available at:
Interim Guidance for Managing Healthcare Personnel with SARS-CoV-2 Infection or Exposure to SARS-CoV-2
FCPH – What to do if you have been exposed or if you are sick
At-home test kits are scarce, but testing is available at many locations around our community. Visit the FCPH website to find testing locations.
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