Home and Self-Isolation procedure?

When a person tests positive for COVID-19 they are asked to identify anyone who has had close contact with them during the time they are considered to be infectious. Close contacts will have been:
• within 2 metres distance of an infected person for more than 10 minutes,
• in direct contact with infectious secretions (e.g. being coughed on),

• in an enclosed space (such as a household or classroom) with a positive case, for 10 minutes or more,
• in an aircraft with a positive case, sitting within three seats in any direction (excluding the aisle seat), OR
• a healthcare worker providing care to a positive case, or a laboratory worker handling a positive specimen, without the necessary PPE.
The contact tracing team will make every effort to find these people as soon as possible and provide them with relevant advice.