Do you live on your own?

7 days

If you still have a fever after 7 days, continue to isolate until the fever is gone.

Is it you that has symptoms or another member of the household?

14 days

If you don't develop any symptoms, you may end isolation after 14 days. If you do develop symptoms, isolate for seven days from the start of your symptoms.

Were you the first person in the household to develop symptoms?

7 days

Everyone else in the house should remain in isolation for 14 days from the day your symptoms started.

7 days

Everyone else in the house should remain in isolation for 14 days from the day the first person's symptoms started.

After 7 days...

After 14 days...

I feel better!

Double check that you no longer have a fever. If you don't have a temperature, you can stop self-isolating.

Remember to follow the latest government direction on social distancing.

I don't feel better

If you're not feeling better after a week, you're struggling to manage your symptoms at home or you feel worse, use the 111 service.

This can be done online: https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19/

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