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
You will not be contacted by the Health Department. Please monitor the Locations of Interest webpage to see if you have been at the same location as case.
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.