Persons of interest
Persons of interest have been at the same place at the same time as someone with COVID-19. You do not need to self-isolate.
Who is a Person of Interest
You are considered a Person of Interest if you have been at a location of interest at the same time as someone infectious with COVID-19. But you may not have been near the person.
If you are a Person of Interest, you are at some risk of getting sick with COVID-19, but it is lower risk than for household contacts.
How you will be notified
What you need to do
- You do not need to self-isolate.
- Self-monitor for symptoms for 7 days from last exposure (date of contact at the location of interest).
- Please wear a well-fitting mask and avoid contact with the elderly, pregnant, and others you know who have medical conditions in the family.
- If you develop symptoms, undertake a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT)
If you test positive, follow the advice for people with COVID-19.