Learn how to protect your workers when one of your employees has tested positive for COVID-19.
Public Health no longer conducts contact tracing for all cases of COVID-19. If an employee has tested positive for COVID-19 or been told that they have COVID-19, they will need to self-isolate, manage their symptoms, and let their close contacts know. However, contact tracing is important to help identify people who may have COVID-19 sooner and prevent the virus from spreading in the community. Notifying close contacts helps protect people in the community.