Anyone who develops symptoms within 14 days of an exposure (regardless of vaccination status) should immediately self-isolate and seek testing. Local communities may decide to continue a 14-day quarantine for residents. Local travel or quarantine restrictions must still be followed. All persons should check with their local government and employer for further guidance.
If you do not have symptoms, quarantine recommendations vary based on if you live with the person who is positive with COVID and if you are up-to-date with your vaccination status. “Up-to-date” with your vaccinations means you have completed your primary series AND have received a booster or got your last dose of Pfizer or Moderna less than five months ago (or J&J less than two months ago) or are under age 12.
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