Individuals who test positive (either through a lab or through a home test) must remain at home for five days from symptom onset or from their test date if they do not have symptoms. If the positive has no symptoms or symptoms are resolving at the end of the fifth day, they may end their isolation as long as they can wear a well-fitted mask around others for five additional days. If they cannot wear a mask or are moderately to severely immunocompromised, they must remain isolated for 10 days from symptom onset or test date if asymptomatic. Find out more information about isolation and precautions by visiting the CDC website.
Contacts to positives are no longer required to quarantine if they are not experiencing symptoms. Contacts must wear a mask for 10 days following exposure and should test on day 5 or if symptoms develop. Find out more information about what to do if you were exposed to COVID-19.