Coronavirus (COVID-19) What to do if you've tested positive for coronavirus
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) What to do if you've tested positive for coronavirus

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Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) What to do if you've tested positive for coronavirus (Links to English resource)
Summary: If you have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) you must isolate yourself until the Department of Health and Human Services tells you it is safe. This fact sheet explains why, where and how you need to isolate. You also need to monitor your symptoms and look after your wellbeing. It tells you where and what support is available for you and provides information for caregivers and other household members.
Organisation: Victorian Department of Health & Human Services
Publishing date: August 2020
Last reviewed: August 2020
Target audience: General

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