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What to do When There is a COVID Case in Your Home

Experts recommend isolation and masking

With COVID-19 persisting at high levels in the U.S. and millions of Americans retreating indoors during the colder fall and winter months, knowing what to do if the virus enters your house is of paramount importance, experts say.

You may be taking care of yourself or loved ones and simultaneously trying to protect those around you. But how do you do that, especially for those living in close quarters?

And what are the recommendations for vaccinated people, who while more protected from the virus are still susceptible to breakthrough infections? Experts say that it is critical to isolate those with the virus in the home because of the risk to others with whom they live.

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