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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) no longer recommends quarantine for people who have been exposed to COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status. CDC recommends that people who have been exposed still do the following:
Isolation is for sick people and people who test positive for COVID-19. It means people should be in isolation (stay away from others) until they meet specific criteria.
This guidance is for general public settings, and does not apply to health care, congregate care, schools, child cares and other high-risk environments.
Stay at home, except to get medical care, and separate from others. Practice actions that protect others.
How long you should isolate depends on whether or not you feel ill.
If you have symptoms, isolate yourself from others until:
If you don’t have symptoms, isolate yourself from others until:
You should continue to wear a mask when around others for five days after your isolation period ends.
Seek prompt medical attention if your symptoms worsen (e.g., difficulty breathing). Prior to seeking any medical attention in an office, clinic, or hospital, you should call and inform that health care facility that you have, or are being evaluated for, COVID-19.
If you call 911 for emergency assistance, tell your dispatcher that you have or may have COVID-19.