WINCHESTER COMMUNITY CLINICS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR:
Exposure to someone positive (e.g. if someone in your house is positive or recent close contact with someone who becomes positive)
Visiting with high risk individuals
Testing needed prior to medical procedure
If you were exposed and develop symptoms at any time, isolate and take a test and stay home until you know the result. If the result is positive, follow isolation protocols. If your test is negative or if you have remained asymptomatic, take a test on day 6.
If you have not had COVID-19 in the last 90 days, you can test with either a rapid antigen or PCR test.
People who had COVID-19 in the last 90 days should test with a rapid antigen test, not a PCR test.
Wear a high-quality mask around others for 10 days.