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Quarantine and Isolation rules have been updated to account for fully vaccinated individuals. Isolation rules do not apply to individuals who have completed their COVID-19 vaccination at least 2 weeks prior to the date of contact or individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days. A presumptive COVID-19 case is someone who has known contact and symptoms but has not yet received diagnosis confirmation from a test.
Isolation- Confirmed & Presumptive COVID-19 Cases
- Isolate for at least 10 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 10 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 20 days in severe cases, if hospitalized or if the individual has a severely weakened immune system.
- Adhere to recommendations from local or state public health.
Quarantine- Close Contact
- Quarantine by staying home and maintaining at least a 6 foot distance from everyone, including household members.
- A 14 days quarantine remains the safest option.
- A local public health administrator or designee may recommend a shorter quarantine period if the individual remains asymptomatic 10 days after their last known exposure OR after 7 days with a negative COVID-19 test. Residents and patients in long term care facilities are not eligible for shortened quarantine.