You have coronavirus and no symptoms

Self-isolate at home immediately

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Your self-isolation overview:

Test day

dag 0


dag 5

If you have not developed any COVID‑19 symptoms, this is the last day you have to self‑isolate.

If you have developed symptoms since your test, you should stay in self-isolation for at least 5 days from the start of the symptoms. You may then end your self-isolation period if you are for 24 hours. If you still have symptoms after 10 days you may also end your self-isolation period, but we do recommend consulting the GGD.

Please note: If you have a weakened immune system and you develop symptoms, you must self‑isolate for 14 days from the time the symptoms began. Consult the GGD about this.

Please note: Any special instructions you may have received from the municipal health service (GGD) always take precedence over the advice given here.

Inform your contacts

  1. Determining contagiousness

    First determine on which days you were contagious. It matters whether or not you had .

    • I had (mild) symptoms

      Anyone with whom you have been in from 2 days before the first symptoms started until now may be infected and should be warned.

    • I had no symptoms

      Then you choose the date that the corona test was conducted and you inform everyone with whom you have been in from that day untill 5 days later.

  2. Inform contacts

    You say that you tested positive for COVID-19 after the encounter and that you may have been contagious during the encounter. Depending on their situation, the person(s) you saw should take action.

Inform quickly? Share the check so your contacts know where they stand.

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