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I was exposed to COVID-19. What should I do?
If you have been directly exposed to someone with COVID-19, you will need to quarantine. The details of what is considered an exposure, and how long you need to quarantine based on your type of exposure are outlined nicely in the CDC guidelines located here.
This page was last updated: January 4, 2021
NOTE: The CDC is updating quarantine guidelines. If you are exposed to someone that has tested positive for COVID-19, you should quarantine for 10 days before returning to normal activities. If you are exposed to someone that has tested positive for COVID-19 and you were tested and the test result was negative, you should quarantine for 7 days before returning to normal activities. IF you develop symptoms during the quarantine time, you should isolate yourself and assume you have COVID-19. You should return to normal activities based on the guidelines for someone that is infected,