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Bazile | 14:48 Fri 31st Dec 2021 | Body & Soul
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Is it still the case that if you are in contact with some one who has covid symptoms : then you should isolate for 7 days from when the other person symptoms was first noticed ?

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No. You don't need to isolate. The guidelines are for you to take a lateral flow test everyday for 7 days, or a PCR, if you can get one.

Unless the rules have changed again.
If you haven't been fully jabbed, then you need to isolate for 10 days.
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//The guidelines are for you to take a lateral flow test everyday for 7 days, or a PCR, if you can get one.//

I can't find where it says the above in the guidelines - i.e. to do a lateral flow rest for 7 days or a PCR test

Can someone point me to where it says so , please ?
My granddaughter has proved positive for CV19 via a PCR test. The txt she had off NHS Wales is ...
Self isolate immediately ( including if this is a follow up result ) from the day your symptoms started
Your close contacts may need to self isolate or take take lateral flow test. Go to https——-

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