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Coronavirus - should I self-isolate?

  1. Important - please read this information before using the self-isolation tool.

    If you have recently developed flu like symptoms (a cough, sore throat, running or blocked nose, muscle pains, fatigue or a fever) but have not travelled outside the Bailiwick recently, Public Health Services are advising that you self-isolate until 48hrs after your symptoms have passed.

    If you have had flu like symptoms for a prolonged period of time and do not have a relevant travel history, you may wish to discuss your situation with a health care professional to ensure that you make the best decision for you and the rest of our community.

    If you have returned to the Bailiwick during the last 14 days from anywhere in the world please continue with the self-isolation tool.

    Have you been in contact with anyone with a confirmed Coronavirus case?

    In the last 14 days have you returned from travel outside the Bailiwick?

    You need to self-isolate

    The Medical Officer of Health has imposed a requirement on all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere in the world (Including the UK and Jersey) to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.

    This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence.

    Do not go to your GP, any pharmacy or the Emergency Department. Instead, call the helpline on 01481 756938 or 01481 756969 (8am - 10pm) to explain you have been in contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus.

    If you feel very unwell, call 999 for an ambulance, and explain your symptoms and that you have been in contact with a confirmed case.

    Don’t visit your GP or the Emergency Department without contacting them first.

    You need to self-isolate

    The Medical Officer of Health has imposed a requirement on all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere in the world (Including the UK and Jersey) to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.

    This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence.

    If you develop any of the symptoms below, do not go to your GP, any pharmacy or the Emergency Department.Instead, call the helpline on 01481 756938 or 01481 756969 (8am - 10pm) or email publicheath@gov.gg.

    If you feel very unwell, call 999 for an ambulance, and explain your symptoms and travel history.

    Don’t visit your GP or the Emergency Department without contacting them first.

    You don’t need to take any action and should carry on as normal

    If you have recently developed flu like symptoms (a cough, sore throat, running or blocked nose, muscle pains, fatigue or a fever) with no travel history, Public Health Services are advising that you self-isolate until 48hrs after your symptoms have passed.

    If you have had your symptoms for a prolonged period of time you may wish to discuss your situation with a health care professional to ensure that you make the best decision for you and the rest of our community.

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