This data is reported on a weekly basis and will be updated regularly.
Who is a close contact?
A close contact is someone who was within 6 feet of the infected person for at least 15 minutes at any time beginning 48 hours before the infected person had symptoms or tested positive. Close contacts include people who had 15 minutes of continuous contact with the infected person, as well as people who had repeated short-duration interactions with the infected person.
In addition, while most face coverings reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 transmission, they have no impact on the determination of whether someone is a close contact and should quarantine .