In mild cases, it’s possible that your family member may have few or no symptoms — but that doesn’t mean they’re not contagious.
Community Interviews with Moose FM
If diagnosed, Canadians are required to self-isolate for roughly 14 days, or until you receive approval to leave your home from a public health official.
“It is crucial that individuals follow quarantine and self-isolation recommendations properly to prevent transmission of COVID-19 to others in the home setting or in the community,” the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) says on its website.
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For Bogoch, this means limiting contact with others where possible.
“I appreciate that not everyone will have the same ability, but if the living space is able to accommodate a separate bedroom or just a separate sleeping space [and] a separate bathroom,