How long do I have to quarantine?

Modified on Fri, 12 Jan 2024 at 10:39 AM


  • COVID-19 positive cases must undergo isolation for five (5) days from the date of onset symptoms. Confirmed cases can be released after 5 days and are advised to take preventive measures such as wearing a face mask when leaving the house, avoid being in crowded places, and avoid visiting high-risk groups until the 10th day.


    In addition,  COVID-19 close contacts cases are encouraged to perform self-quarantine if they have symptoms such as fever, cough and flu, perform self-detection tests for COVID-19 RTK (Ag) and practice public health preventive measures to reduce the risk of infection transmission.

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