What you should do while you wait for your COVID-19 test results
and what to do if you test positive
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has shared further instructions for people who have been tested for COVID-19 and what you should do while waiting for your test results. If you are a resident that tests positive for COVID-19, you should stay home and start isolation. One of the nurses from the Framingham Health Department will contact you to provide support through the isolation period, and to start the contact tracing process. It is important to answer the call to help control the spread of the virus. View this information inEnglish (PDF), Portuguese (PDF), and Spanish (PDF).
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While you are waiting for your test result:
You should stay at home and quarantine until you have your test results
If you have a positive test result:
You must isolate for a minimum of 10 days.
Do not socialize, work outside the home, or leave the home for any reason other than an emergency (doctors, pharmacy, etc.)
If you do not receive a call from the Health Department (we do not use MA COVID Team in Framingham) please contact us at 508-532-5470
If you have a negative test result:
Your public health nurse will advise you on your options and length of quarantine.
At this time, all Framingham residents ages 0 - 18 who are identified as a close contact will be quarantined for ten days.