COVID-19 Contact Tracing | CDC

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If you come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 and you are not or not fully vaccinated. If you come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 and you are fully vaccinated. If you come into close contact with someone with COVID-19 and have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 in the past 90 days and have recovered (regardless of vaccination status). you should get tested You should get tested immediately after finding out that you are a close contact.

If you need help, health care staff can provide you with information on the best time to get vaccinated and resources for COVID-19 testing and vaccination in your area.

If your test result is negative, retest yourself 5-7 days after your last exposure or immediately if symptoms appear.

If your test result is positive, you have COVID-19 and need to self-isolate for 10 days.

If you are fully vaccinated and you are infected, you can pass the virus on to others.

Get tested immediately if you develop any symptoms. Even if you don’t have any symptoms, you should get tested 5-7 days after your exposure.

If you need help, health care staff can provide you with information on the best time to get a vaccine and resources for COVID-19 testing in your area.

If your test result is positive, you have COVID-19 and need to self-isolate for 10 days.

If you develop symptoms, see a healthcare practitioner for testing recommendations. You need to watch your symptoms Watch your symptoms. If you have any emergency warning sign (including difficulty breathing), see an emergency doctor immediately. Get tested immediately if you develop any symptoms. Watch your symptoms. If you have any emergency warning sign (including difficulty breathing), see an emergency doctor immediately. Get tested immediately if you develop any symptoms. Watch your symptoms. If you have any emergency warning sign (including difficulty breathing), see an emergency doctor immediately. If you develop symptoms, see a healthcare practitioner for testing recommendations. You should wear a mask As a close contact, you must wear a mask correctly and consistently at all times. As a close contact, you should wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days after exposure or until your test result is negative. As close contact, you should wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days after exposure. You must minimize contact with others As a close contact, you should stay home and away from others (quarantine) for 14 days from the date of your last known exposure to someone with COVID-19 and follow the quarantine steps. As a close contact, you don’t need to quarantine. You must wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days after exposure or until your test result is negative. As a close contact, you don’t need to quarantine. You must wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days after exposure. You may receive a call from a healthcare professional or your close contact A public health worker, other professional, or the person you have come into close contact with may tell you that you are close contact and that you have been exposed to COVID-19. A public health worker, other professional, or the person you have come into close contact with may tell you that you are close contact and that you have been exposed to COVID-19. A public health worker, other professional, or the person you have come into close contact with may tell you that you are close contact and that you have been exposed to COVID-19.
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