Information about a positive result for COVID-19
If you test positive to COVID-19, it is normal to feel worried or scared.
Most people with COVID-19 will have mild to moderate symptoms (and some may not have any symptoms), which means they can safely isolate in their own home with appropriate monitoring and care.
If you test positive in a PCR or rapid antigen test, you will be supported by the COVID-19 Response Care Team.
For an overview of the requirements for people who test positive to COVID-19 and close contacts, download the Testing, Isolating and Quarantine Requirements Fact Sheet (PDF 63KB).
More information is available below.