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Kentucky Public Health Guidelines for exposure to COVID-19

Have you been exosed to or tested positive for COVID-19?

  With the current drastic rise in COVID cases in the Lake Cumberland Area that the health departments are seeing, it is time once again to make sure everyone has the latest guidance and information to protect yourselves, your families and your staff.  Currently, the health department is days behind in contact tracing due to the extremely large numbers of reports they are receiving daily.  Testing resources across the region are limited and many providers are only testing symptomatic individuals and those appointments are sometimes several days out. The good news is... vaccine is available. Many pharmacies, providers and all the health departments have vaccine. If you or others you know have not received a vaccine, please consider getting it.

The following resources (both in English and Spanish) contain information about current isolation and quarantine recommendations. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or been a contact of someone who is COVID positive, please look at these documents or visit www.lcdhd.org for more information.  Do NOT wait on a call from the health department to give you instructions, as that call may be days away.

Have you been exposed to or tested positive for Covid-19

Ha estado expuesto o ha dado positivo

COVID-19 Patient Guidance

Pautas para pacientes del Covid-19

COVID-19 in the Workplace

COVID-19 en el Trabajo

Not Fully Vaccinated

No esta completamente vacunado

If you were exposed to Covid-19 and are Fully Vaccinated

Si estuvo expuesto al COVID-19 y esta Completamente Vacunado





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