Quarantine and Isolation Calculators

You have tested positive and have symptoms

If you are symptomatic and have tested positive for COVID-19 then you must isolate for at least 10 days from the date your symptoms began. To stop or discontinue isolation, at least 10 days must have passed since your symptoms began and at least 24 hours have passed since your fever went away without the use of fever-reducing medications (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen) and other symptoms have improved.

Enter the first day your symptoms began below:
Are you immunocompromised?

You have tested positive but have no symptoms

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

Enter your test date below:

You have been identified as a close contact

If you have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, you need to quarantine for 10 days from your last contact date and monitor yourself for symptoms. If you have continuous contact or ongoing exposure to someone who tested positive (e.g. live in the same household with the ill person), you need to quarantine for 10 days after the person who tested positive was released from isolation, and monitor yourself for symptoms through the 14th day. Follow CDC guidance if symptoms develop.

Is this an ongoing exposure (e.g. living with or providing care to someone who tested positive)?
Enter the last day of isolation for the person who tested positive whom you have been in close contact:
OR
Enter the date of last contact with the person who tested positive below:
Note:
  1. If your live in congregate setting or work with populations at higher risk of severe disease, you need to quarantine for 14 days from you last exposure.
  2. Quarantine is not needed if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days OR have been fully vaccinated more than 14 days ago (you may need to show proof to a school or employer).