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Self-isolation and voluntary out-of-home stays

If you are infected with novel coronavirus – or there is a change that you might have become infected – you must isolate yourself from others, including the people you live with. If you cannot self-isolate, you might be eligible for a voluntary out-of-home stay.

To self-isolate means:

  • To stay at home and not have contact with anyone else other than the people you live with.
  • To avoid close physical contact with other members of your household.
  • To pay particular attention to hygiene and cleaning.

If you are unable to self-isolate at home, for example if your home is very small or if you live with someone who is at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, your local municipality might offer you an out-of-home stay at a suitable facility. Call your municipality to learn more about your options.

Further information

What to do if you test positive for novel coronavirus

What to do if you are infected with novel coronavirus and have been offered voluntary out-of-home quarantine

 
Updated 24 NOV 2020