I tested positive for COVID-19 and did not have symptoms. When can I end my isolation?

If you tested positive for COVID-19 and had symptoms, you should isolate for at least 5 days. To calculate your 5-day isolation period, day 0 is your first day of symptoms. Day 1 is the first full day after your symptoms developed.

You can leave isolation after 5 full days without a test.

If you develop symptoms within 10 days of when you were tested, the clock restarts at day 0 on the day of symptom onset. 

Removing your mask:
Regardless of when you end isolation, wear a high-quality, well-fitting mask around others through day 10. If you have access to antigen tests, you may remove your mask sooner than day 10 if you have 2 sequential negative tests 48 hours apart.

If your antigen results are positive, you may still be infectious. You should continue wearing a mask and wait at least 48 hours before taking another test. Continue taking antigen tests at least 48 hours apart until you have two sequential negative results. This may mean you need to continue wearing a mask and testing beyond day 10.