Someone you live with has coronavirus

You’re protected against the coronavirus and you don’t have to go in self quarantine.

If you are against COVID-19, you do not have to go into quarantine.

Because someone in your household has COVID-19, you have to get yourself tested on day 5 after that person received the positive test result (or earlier if you develop symptoms yourself).

Get yourself tested

Avoid large groups and contact with vulnerable people until you have received the test result.

Is the test result positive? Then you’re infected with COVID-19. The GGD tells you more and you have to go in self isolation.

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