Rockland County issues new isolation order to limit exposure to virus

If you test positive for coronavirus and have symptoms, you must stay at home for at least seven days after illness started and at least three days after showing symptoms.

News 12 Staff

Mar 26, 2020, 10:07 AM

Updated 1,519 days ago

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Rockland County has announced a new isolation order to limit exposure to the virus.
If you test positive for coronavirus and have symptoms, you must stay at home for at least seven days after the illness started, and at least three days after showing symptoms.
If you test positive and have no symptoms, you must stay at home for at least seven days after the first positive test. If symptoms develop, follow the instructions above.
The health commissioner's standing isolation order is in alignment with the CDC.
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