POSSIBLE EXPOSURE

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POSSIBLE EXPOSURE

***A Copy of the official Letter received from Public Health can be found under League info of our website under: 

Advisory High-Risk COVID-19 Contact Letter Canadian Tire U13 Hockey October 21, 2021***

 

October 21, 2021

Please be advised if you attended the Canadian Tire House League under 13 hockey game at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena on October 15th, from 8-9 pm and/or on October 16th, from 1-2 pm you have been potentially

exposed to COVID-19 and are considered a possible high-risk contact. The public health advice provided below is dependent on your vaccination status at the time exposed and whether or not you are experiencing

symptoms of COVID-19 COVID SYMPTOM MONITORING

 

Fully Vaccinated

You are considered fully vaccinated if more than 14 days have passed since receiving your second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD) or more than 14

days have passed since receiving a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine (Janssen) of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine product. If less than 14 days have passed since receiving your second dose of a two-dose COVID-

19 vaccine series, please follow the guidance below for partially vaccinated individuals.

 

If you are fully vaccinated and not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19:

** Book a COVID-19 test by using the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool COVID ASSESSMENT TOOL or call 811.

** Monitor for symptoms for 14 days from the last date of exposure on October 15th or 16th

** You do not need to isolate while awaiting test results.

** You will need to book a repeat test on days 11 to 13 from the last date of exposure on October 15th or 16th.

** If you become symptomatic, isolate right away and complete the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool COVID SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL or call 811 to arrange testing.

 

If you are fully vaccinated and are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19:

** Self-isolate: https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/public-health-guidance/self-isolation/assessment-tool/ and book a COVID-19 test as soon as possible using the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool https://covidassessment.nlchi.nl.ca/ or call 811.

** If your test is negative, continue to isolate and book another test 7 days from the last date of exposure.

** If the day 7 test is negative, book one more test on days 11 to 13 from the last date of exposure.

** You can leave isolation 10 days after the exposure date and/or when you are no longer experiencing symptoms (whichever is longer).

 

Partially Vaccinated/ Not Vaccinated

You are considered partially vaccinated if more than 14 days have passed since receiving your first dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD) or less than 14 days

have passed since receiving a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine (Janssen) of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine product. You are considered unvaccinated if you have not received any Health Canada approved

COVID-19 vaccine at the time of exposure. 

If you are partially vaccinated/not vaccinated:

** Self-isolate https://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/public-health-guidance/self-isolation/assessment-tool/ and book a COVID-19 test as soon as possible using the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool https://covidassessment.nlchi.nl.ca/ or call 811.

** You must self-isolate for 14 days from the last date of exposure on October 15th or 16th

** If your first test is negative, continue to isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days and book a repeat test on days 11 to 13 from the last date of exposure on October 15th or16th.

** If your test is positive you will be contacted by Public Health.

** If you become symptomatic after your first negative test, book another test by completing the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool https://covidassessment.nlchi.nl.ca/ or call 811.

Please note your household members do not need to isolate or get tested for COVID-19 unless they experience symptoms of COVID-19.

For questions related to COVID-19, please visit the provincial government website COVID PUBLIC HEALTH ADVICE or call 811.