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Self-isolating and caring for someone at home

Depending on a person’s exposure and/or symptoms of COVID-19, they may be advised to self-monitor for symptoms and/or self-isolate.

To self-monitor for symptoms means to record your temperature twice daily as well as monitor your general well being to see if/when other symptoms develop (cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing).

To self-isolate means staying home and keeping away from other people. This means not attending all activities/gatherings outside of the home, including work, school, university, health care and long-term care facilities, faith-based facilities (e.g., churches, mosques, etc.), grocery stores, restaurants and shopping malls. 

Fact sheet: Isolation for Symptomatic Individuals Recovering at Home

Self-Isolation (Quarantine) & Self-Monitoring For Returning Travellers and Contacts of Cases

How to care for a person with COVID-19 at home
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