5. Close Contacts
A close contact is someone who was closer than 6 feet, for 15 minutes or more (cumulative time throughout the day), either with or without masks, to the COVID-19 positive person during their contagious period.
The contagious period begins 2 days before symptoms start, (or 2 days before testing if no symptoms), and goes until the positive person was isolated from others.
Individuals identified as close contacts must quarantine for 14 days after they were last in contact with the positive person.