Isolation and Quarantine
Page updated: September 15, 2022
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You tested positive - now what?Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are subject to isolation. Isolation separates people who have tested positive for COVID-19 from others, regardless of if they have symptoms or not, to prevent the spread.
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Form updated 9/13/22
Do you need to quarantine if you have been exposed but have no symptoms?
Quarantine is no longer recommended for most settings, including home, schools and child care. Quarantine is recommended for high-risk congregate settings, such as hospitals, jails, and nursing homes.
What should you do if you have symptoms and are waiting for test results?
t is recommended that you self-quarantine until you receive your test results.
- If your results are negative, end self-quarantine.
- If your results are positive, follow the latest isolation precautions.