Quarantine and Isolation Calculator

You have tested positive for COVID-19 and have symptoms: Isolation Calculator

If you are having symptoms (fever, chills, a cough, tiredness, loss of taste or smell, or shortness of breath, etc.) and have tested positive for COVID-19, then you must isolate from other people for 10 days from the date your symptoms began. To end isolation, at least 10 days must have passed since your symptoms began and at least 24 hours must have passed since your fever went away without the use of fever-reducing medications (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen). Also, other symptoms must have improved.

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If you are not having symptoms and have tested positive for COVID-19, then you must isolate from others for 10 days from the day you had your test done.

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If you have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 and are not having any symptoms, you will have to quarantine. The safest option is to quarantine for 14 days after the date you came in contact with the person who has COVID-19. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 during quarantine, you should isolate from others and contact your healthcare provider to discuss COVID-19 testing. NOTE: If you live in the same household as someone with COVID-19 and can not separate from them in the home, you should enter the last day of the case's isolation period as your date of last contact with the person who tested positive. This date may be in the future if you are still in close contact with the case.

**This guidance does not apply to people who are fully vaccinated or have been infected with COVID-19 in the past 90 days and remain without symptoms. A person is considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after they have gotten the one-dose vaccine or two weeks after receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine. It is recommended that fully vaccinated people who have had contact with someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 be tested 3-5 days after that contact and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days or until they receive a negative test result. Guidance for fully vaccinated people can be found here: Fully-Vaccinated Guidelines.

Please refer to CDC recommendations available at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html**

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You have tested positive and have symptoms: Isolation Calculator

If your symptoms have improved and you’ve not had a fever for at least 24 hours without the use of medication your last FULL day of isolation is: .


Your isolation ENDS on: .
On this date, you may resume your usual activities but should still take precautions to reduce your risk (i.e. physical distancing, frequent handwashing, and wearing a mask when physical distancing isn't possible).

You have tested positive but have no symptoms: Isolation Calculator

If you have no symptoms, your last FULL day of isolation is: .


Your isolation ENDS on: .
On this date, you may resume your usual activities but should still take precautions to reduce your risk (i.e. physical distancing, frequent handwashing, and wearing a mask when physical distancing isn't possible).

You have been identified as a close contact: Quarantine Calculator

As long as you remain symptom free, your quarantine will last 14 days after your last contact with the person who tested positive.Your last FULL day of Quarantine is: .


Your quarantine ENDS on: . On this date, you may resume your usual activities. You should still take precautions to reduce your risk of exposure (i.e. physical distancing, frequent handwashing, and wearing a mask when physical distancing isn't possible)..


NOTE: There are 2 options to shorten quarantine. Consult with your school or work site to determine if you should quarantine for 14 days or if you can use one of these options. With the first option, you may end quarantine after 10 days from your exposure if you don’t have any symptoms, but you should continue to monitor for symptoms for an additional 4 days and contact your healthcare provider to discuss testing if symptoms develop. With the second option, you may end quarantine after 7 days from your exposure if the following criteria are met: (1) you are tested on Day 5 or later of quarantine and your result is negative, (2) you have not developed any symptoms of COVID-19 and (3) you self-monitor for symptoms [check temperature and other symptoms twice daily] for an additional 7 days after ending quarantine. Contact your healthcare provider to discuss testing if symptoms develop.

Your 90 day period ends on .


You are unlikely to become reinfected with COVID-19 within 90 days after infection, but should continue to take precautions to reduce your risk of exposure (i.e. social distancing, frequent handwashing, and wearing a mask when social distancing isn't possible).

Your 90 day period ended on .


You are considered susceptible to reinfection with COVID-19. If you are identified as a close contact to a person infected with COVID-19, please quarantine for 14 days from the date you were last exposed to the infected individual. Please take precautions to reduce your risk of exposure (i.e. social distancing, frequent handwashing, and wearing a mask when social distancing isn't possible).

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