Report a Positive at Home COVID-19 test, Contact Tracing, Isolation and Quarantine for COVID-19

If you tested positive on an at-home COVID test please submit your results here.

Complete the Isolation Affirmation  form. This along with your test results serve as your legal documentation.

Important Instructions for COVID-19 Positive Individuals
Take immediate action to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

Please Note: The recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Wyoming County and across New York State has required some significant changes to the case investigation and contact tracing process. Effective immediately, contact tracers will not be conducting individual case investigations and will not calling to release individuals from isolation. Please following the isolation instructions below.

Isolate yourself at home.

Do not leave the house unless you have been instructed to visit a health care facility. You can end home isolation if these three conditions are met:

  • It has been at least five (5) days since you first experienced symptoms;
  • You have been fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medicine, and;
  • Your symptoms are improving.

If you do not experience symptoms, you can be around others after 5 days from your test date.

Notify your close contactsThe surge in COVID-19 cases in Wyoming County and across New York State have required significant changes to the case investigation and contact tracing process. Contact tracers will no longer conduct case investigations or identify close contacts for each reported positive case. Contact tracing will prioritize individuals in schools and high-risk congregate settings.

Please notify all individuals you had close contact with from 2 days before you started having symptoms (or 2 days before your positive test if you have no symptoms) so that they may begin to quarantine. A close contact is anyone within 6 feet of a positive person for a total of 15 minutes or more in 24 hours.

Avoid contact with other household members.

This especially applies to those who are at increased risk of severe COVID-19 illness (elderly or immunocompromised individuals and those with respiratory problems:

  • Wear a disposable face mask to protect others from contaminated respiratory droplets that enter the air when you cough or sneeze.
  • Stay in a separate room with a separate bathroom, if possible.
  • Maintain at least 6 feet distance from others.
  • Avoid sharing personal household items such as dishes, eating utensils, cups, towels, or bedding.
  • Avoid contact with household pets if there are others living with you and the pets
  • Keep all ‘high-touch’ surfaces clean. This includes doorknobs, tabletops, telephones, and even your computer and keyboard.

Practice good respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene.

  • Avoid touching your eyes and mouth.
  • Dispose of tissues after coughing or sneezing.
  • Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with warm, soapy water for 20 seconds. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.

Contact your healthcare provider if symptoms worsen.

Monitor your symptoms and contact your healthcare provider if symptoms worsen. If you are older than 65, or you are immunocompromised or have an underlying chronic health condition, you have a higher risk of developing more severe COVID-19 illness. Follow the same practices as everyone else, closely monitor your symptoms, and seek medical care if your symptoms worsen.

Signs of serious illness include trouble breathing, chest pain or pressure, or difficulty staying awake.

If you require medical attention or have questions related to your personal health care, please follow up directly with your primary care provider. You should avoid public transportation.

If you experience a medical emergency or need immediate medical attention, please dial 911 for help, and notify them that you have tested positive for COVID-19.


Wyoming County has implemented the New York State guidelines for Isolation and Quarantine released January 4, 2022.
Individuals that work in healthcare settings should follow the Interim Advisory on Return-to-Work Protocols for Personnel with SARS-CoV-2 Infection or Exposure to SARS-CoV-2 in Healthcare Settings issued by New York State on January 4, 2022.

If needed for work or school, Quarantine Affirmation , may be used. This Attestation Form will contain your Quarantine start and end date, as you indicate, and in accordance with Guidance from the New York State Department of Health.