Isolation: Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 (regardless of vaccination status) must:

  • Isolate at home for 5 days from the date symptoms first appeared or, if asymptomatic, the date of the positive test.  Stay away from others in the household as much as possible during isolation.
  • After 5 days, if you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving and you have not had fever for more than 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication, you may end isolation. If symptoms are not improving or fever has not resolved, you should continue isolating until these criteria are met.
  • After ending isolation, you should continue to wear a mask around others for 5 days.

Quarantine: If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, follow the guidance below.

InIndividuals who have received all recommended doses of the vaccine AND have been boosted if eligibleor have had a covid positive viral test in the last 90 days::

  • Do not need to quarantine at home.
  • Should wear a mask around others for 10 days.
  • If possible, get tested on day 5.
  • If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate at home until test results are received, then proceed in accordance with the test results.

Individuals who are unvaccinated, or became fully vaccinated more than 6 months ago (Moderna or Pfizer vaccine) or more than 2 months ago (J&J vaccine) and have not received a booster:

  • Must quarantine at home for 5 days.  After that, continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If possible, get tested on day 5.
  • If you develop symptoms, get tested and isolate at home until test results are received, then proceed in accordance with the test results.

Click here to read more about the CDC’s revised quarantine guidelines.