You may consider being around others after seven days only if:
You get tested for COVID-19 at least five full days after you had close contact with someone with COVID-19, and the test is negative.
You do not have any symptoms.
You have not had a positive test for COVID-19.
No one in your home has COVID-19, and you do not live in a building with other people, where it’s hard to stay away from others and easy to spread the virus to multiple people, like a long-term care facility.
Even after seven days you must still:
Watch for symptoms through day 14. If you have any symptoms, stay home, separate yourself from others, and get tested right away.
Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from other people.