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If you’re up to date on COVID vaccines, you’re much less likely to get severely sick with COVID or even get infected.

  • You don’t need to quarantine unless you develop symptoms or test positive.

  • For 10 days, wear a high-quality, well-fitted mask if you're around others in case you're infected but don’t have symptoms.

  • Get tested at least 5 days after the close contact happened.

If you develop symptoms, isolate yourself and get tested. Stay home and masked until you know the results.

  • You don’t need to quarantine unless you develop symptoms or test positive.

  • For 10 days, wear a high-quality, well-fitted mask if you're around others in case you're infected and don’t have symptoms.

  • Get tested at least 5 days after the close contact happened.

If you develop symptoms, isolate yourself and get tested. Stay home and masked until you know the results.

If you’re not vaccinated and you haven’t had COVID recently, you’re more likely to get infected. And if you do, you’re much more likely to get very sick.

  • Stay home and away from other people for at least 5 days.

  • Wear a high-quality, well-fitted mask around others at home in case you're infected and don’t have symptoms.

  • If you develop symptoms, you should isolate immediately and get tested. Stay home and masked until you know the results.

  • If you don’t develop symptoms, get tested once the 5 days are up.

  • If you test negative after 5 days, continue to wear a mask at home and in public for another 5 days, and don’t travel. Stay away from people who are at high risk of getting very sick with COVID.