If you meet the CDC’s definition of a close contact, you should contact your local medical provider and schedule a COVID-19 test. You should immediately quarantine yourself at home for 14 days and stay in quarantine, even if your test results come back negative.  Once you were exposed or deemed a close contact to a COVID-19 positive person, you cannot come out of quarantine for 14 days even with a negative test.  If the test is positive, you must move to isolation at home for 10 days from the date the test was taken, unless you develop symptoms. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, then you must stay in isolation for 10 days from the date of your first symptoms. You can end your isolation after 10 days, if you have been fever-free for 24 hours and your symptoms are improving. 

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