If you answer “NO” to all of the above, you can proceed to work. If you develop symptoms, please complete a new questionnaire.
If you answer “YES” to any of the above, you are not permitted to attend work at this time and you must selfisolate and contact a medical office to determine if you require COVID19 testing.
*Close contact includes providing care, living with or otherwise having close prolonged contact (within 2 meters) while the person was ill, or contact with infectious bodily fluids (e.g. from a cough or sneeze) while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment.
**Probable case is a person with clinical illness who had close contact to a labconfirmed COVID19 case, while not wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, OR a person with clinical illness who meets the COVID19 exposure criteria, AND in whom laboratory diagnosis of COVID19 is inconclusive. Clinical illness of a probable case is new onset/exacerbation of following symptoms: fever (over 38 degrees Celsius), cough, shortness of breath (SOB)/difficulty breathing, sore throat or runny nose. Exposure criteria for a probable case is a person who, in the 14 days before onset of illness: had any history of travel outside of Canada; OR had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID19; OR is a close contact of a traveler with acute respiratory illness who returned from outside Canada in the previous 14 days; OR had a laboratory exposure to biological material (e.g. primary clinical specimens, virus culture isolates) known to contain COVID19.