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To qualify for the One Call System, individuals must have medical needs requiring special assistance in the event of a disaster. Click the link below to register.

For Symptomatic Positive Cases

Individuals who have tested positive and are experienceing symptoms of the Coronavirus need to remain in isolation for at least 10 days from when their first symptom(s) started. For an individual to be able to come out of isolation, they must: be fever free (without use of fever reducing medication) for 3 consecutive days (72hrs), and any other symptoms they experienced have improved.

For Asymptomatic Positive Cases

Individuals who have tested positive that are not showing symptoms of the Coronavirus have to remain in isolation for 10 days from their test date.

If the individual becomes symptomatic AFTER their positive result, they need to isolate until they meet the requirements to discontinue isolation, which are: 10 days from when their first symptom(s) started, fever free (without the use of fever reducing medication) for 3 consecutive days (72hrs), and any other symptoms they are experiencing have improved.

For Close Contacts of a Positive Case

If someone has been named as a close contact from a confirmed case and have not shown any symptoms of the Coronavirus, they must quarantine for 14 days from their last contact with the known positive case.

If the close contact has testing done and their results come back negative, they must STILL remain in quarantine until their 14 days from their last contact with the known positive case has been met. This means they should NOT go back to work, church, social gatherings, etc. even with the negative result.

If a close contact becomes symptomatic and/or has testing done and are positive, please follow the guidelines listed above.