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It’s always inconvenient to get sick when you’re traveling. And these days, it’s downright scary. So, what do you do if you’re diagnosed with COVID-19 while you’re away from home?
Most important, you will need to isolate yourself from others, including your travel companions, and delay your return until it's safe for you to end isolation.
Your travel companions will need to self-quarantine and delay their travel back home until 14 days after their last exposure to you while you have COVID-19. Their 14 days will start after you start to self-isolate from them.
If you don't self-isolate from your travel companions, their 14 days will start after you have recovered from COVID-19. If you or your travel companions make plans to travel before it's safe, please keep in mind that public health authorities can restrict you.
Yes, getting diagnosed will throw a huge wrench into your travel plans. But protecting yourself and others should be your first priority.
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