Do you live in the same household with, or have you had close contact with someone who in the past 14 days was diagnosed with COVID-19 or had a test confirming they have the virus?
You are a close contact of a COVID-19 positive person if, from 48 hours before their symptoms began, the person with COVID-19:
- Lived or stayed overnight with you
- Was your intimate sex partner
- Took care of you or you took care of them
- Stayed within 6 feet of you for more than 10 minutes while they were not wearing a face mask
- Exposed you to direct contact with their body fluids or secretions (e.g., coughed or sneezed on you) while you were not wearing a face mask, gown, and gloves