Even if you feel better, you may be contagious and should self-isolate for at least 10 days.
To confirm you definitely have COVID-19 you’ll need a PCR test, which tests directly for the virus. Book one on the NHS
Only leave to go to the testing centre. Monitor symptoms It's very important to track your symptoms every day using the symptom recording section of My Immunity Passport.
You are NOT Fit to Work
Tell your HR department or line manager that you are not fit to work. They may have specific next steps for you to follow.
You must do this every day to record symptoms and keep your Fit to Work status up to date.
If you feel OK after 10 days, you can stop self-isolating, but contact your employer before returning to work as they may want you to first take another test. Keep self-isolating if you still feel unwell.
Always follow the latest NHS advice.
If you have reported any symptoms, high risk travel or close contact, or tested positive for current infection, your passport status will automatically stay red throughout your 14-day self-isolation period.
The only way to reset your passport to amber or green before 14 days is up is to take a PCR test that checks for the virus itself. If you test negative for a current infection your test result will enable the green state on your passport.
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