Isolation Calculator: You have tested positive AND have symptoms
If you are symptomatic and have tested positive for COVID-19 then you must isolate for 5 days from the date your symptoms began. To stop or discontinue isolation, at least 5 days must have passed since your symptoms began and at least 24 hours have passed since your fever went away without the use of fever-reducing medications (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen) and other symptoms have improved. You must continue to wear a mask in public for 5 days after your isolation as ended (see Mask Calculator below).
Isolation Calculator: You have tested positive, but have no symptoms
If you are not symptomatic and have tested positive for COVID-19 then you must isolate for 5 days from the day you had your test done. You must continue to wear a mask in public for 5 days after your isolation as ended (see Mask Calculator below).
Mask Calculator: You are still required to wear your mask
If you have been in isolation, you are still required to wear your mask for 5 days after the last date of your isolation.
90 Day Re-Infection Calculator: You could be re-infected
Reinfection among individuals who test positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 appears to be uncommon during the initial 90 days after symptom onset of your COVID-19 diagnosis, although, is seen after the 90 day marker.
Fully Vaccinated Calculator: When you can be considered "fully" vaccinated
Vaccination Calculator: When are you eligible for an 'additional dose'
People over the age of 5 years old who are moderately to severely immunocompromised and received the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to receive an additional dose 30 days after their second dose. Immunocompromised doses should be from the same vaccine manufacturer as your initial series. For example, if you received two doses of Pfizer, your additional dose should be Pfizer. If you received two doses of Moderna, your additional dose should be Moderna. Please note: Moderna is only available to individuals 18 and over.
Vaccination Calculator: When are you eligible for a 'booster shot'
The COVID-19 vaccine booster shot is a dose of the vaccine that’s used to bring a vaccine back up to the original level of effectiveness and extend the length of protection. The Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson boosters contain the same dose as the original vaccine, while the Moderna booster is a half-dose of the original.