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COVID-19 self-assessment result

December 30th, 2021 at 7:08 p.m.

Based on your answers, you do not need to self-isolate or get tested. However, we recommend that you pay extra attention to your health and note if anything changes.

You should avoid going to any high-risk settings (for example, hospitals, long term care/retirement homes, or congregate living settings).

Follow the advice of your local public health unit or a health care provider, including what symptoms to monitor for.

If you feel sick or not well, please stay home. Talk with a doctor if necessary.

To protect your community and the health care system, wear a face covering or mask when required, keep a physical distance from others, and wash your hands as much as possible.

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Your health and testing

Our recommendations continue to evolve as we learn more about the virus.

Take note of any changes to your health for 10 days. This is called self-monitoring. The 10 days start from the date you made close physical contact with that person or received the COVID Alert exposure notification.

If you start experiencing symptoms of COVID-19

  • self-isolate (stay home) and take this self-assessment again
  • only get tested if recommended by public health

Roommates and family you live with

  • they should note any changes to their health

Physical distancing and hand washing

Face coverings and masks

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