To say the least, there has been some confusion with people concerning the use of proper protocol concerning COVID-19, even among the fully vaccinated.
The Centers for Disease Control says even for those who are fully vaccinated, there is a need to be tested (if) they come into “close contact” with someone who tests positive for COVID. The definition of close contact is “being within 6 feet of the infected person for at least 15 minutes (total) over a 24 hour period.”
If this did occur, you should wear a mask for 14 days and be tested between days 3-5 following your exposure and continue to wear a mask until you receive a negative test. If you test positive, you should isolate for 10 days.
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