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COVID-19 Guidance for Self Home Isolation

WHAT IS ISOLATION?

Isolation is for people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

If you have COVID-19, being in isolation means you must stay home and away from others while you are infectious in order to stop the spread of the virus to anyone else.

LENGTH OF ISOLATION

If you have COVID-19 with mild symptoms, you must isolate until:

​If you have COVID-19 and are not experiencing any symptoms, you must isolate until:

If you have severe COVID-19 and have been hospitalized or if you have a weakened immune system, you must isolate until:

RESTRICTIONS DURING ISOLATION

Additional Help

For immediate sheltering needs for people who are homeless or displaced or cannot safely quarantine at home, please call (501) 661-2136.

For all other issues, contact the ADH call center at (800) 803-7847.

 

 

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Arkansas Department of Health
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