Instructions for people in quarantine
As a rule, nobody is being quarantined any more
As of 14 January 2022, contact tracing will be carried out progressively only in housing units for high-risk groups, care homes and health care units. In other situations, such as among family and in workplaces, schools and early childhood education, those exposed will no longer be quarantined in accordance with the Communicable Diseases Act.
COVID-19 is a generally hazardous communicable disease. A physician in charge of communicable diseases may, at their discretion, issue quarantine decisions. An individual having been quarantined must comply with the quarantine decision.
If you have been quarantined due to coronavirus exposure on or before January 14, please follow the quarantine instructions you received from the Epidemiological Operations Unit at the time the quarantine started.
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