Ontario now has separate self-isolation rules for vaccinated individuals. Here’s what you need to know – CTV

August 11, 2021

TORONTO — Individuals who have not been fully vaccinated will be required to self-isolate if exposed to COVID-19 even if they test negative while those with both shots will not.

In government documents first obtained by CTV News Toronto and then later released to the public Wednesday, the Ontario government confirmed there are now different rules and procedures for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals when it comes to pandemic health regulations.

Here are the updated rules as of August 11, 2021:

Not fully vaccinated: Individuals who have not yet received both doses of a vaccine 14 days prior to exposure should self-isolate and get tested right away. Individuals must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether or not the test returns negative. It is also recommended they take another COVID-19 test on or after day 7 of the self-isolation process.

Read more: https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ontario-now-has-separate-self-isolation-rules-for-vaccinated-individuals-here-s-what-you-need-to-know-1.5542728

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