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Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines are for confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, regardless of vaccination status. A “Presumptive COVID-19 case” means an individual who has symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and who had close contact to a confirmed COVID-19 case 2-14 days before symptom onset; or has a positive test result from an at-home antigen test kit.
Confirmed & Presumptive COVID-19 Cases are required to-
- Isolate for at least 5 days after the onset of the illness, with COVID-19 symptoms improving and at least 24 hours after a fever is gone without the use of medication.
- Isolate for at least 5 days after the collection of a positive sample if asymptomatic or mild symptoms that do NOT include fever, cough, shortness of breath or diarrhea.
- Isolate for at least 10 days if suffering from severe to critical illness related to COVID19, if hospitalized for COVID-19, or if the individual has a severely compromised
- Adhere to recommendations from local or state public health.
Confirmed & Presumptive COVID-19 Cases should, but are not required to-
- Quarantine or isolate if tribal, state or local public health authorities determine, based on
a review of the specific facts, that such action is necessary to protect the public’s health,
even though the individual does not meet the definition of a close contact or
presumptive or confirmed COVID-19 case.
- Wear a mask around other people for the 10 days following symptom onset or date of
- Review Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration resources and
requirements related to COVID-19 workplace risks, if reporting regularly to a workplace.
- Close contacts are no longer required to quarantine in Oregon, regardless of vaccination status.
- Close contact is an individual who has had a substantial exposure to a confirmed
COVID-19 case or a presumptive COVID-19 case.