Updated guidance from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services states individuals — regardless of vaccination status — should self-monitor for symptoms following their close contact exposure. Those who experience exposure from contact in their living environment should wear a mask when around others for 10 days AND get tested 3-7 days after exposure or if symptoms develop. Additional details are available at MDHHS. If symptoms develop, individuals should isolate and seek testing immediately.


Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day.


Click here for additional information on how to get a test.