The Ministry of Health has updated the Contact Tracking, Outbreak Management, Home Patient Monitoring and Fillation guidelines and announced that, with the exception of two exceptions, quarantine will not be required for contact persons with 2 doses of coronavirus vaccine.
The Ministry of Health, published on its official website, “Contact Tracking, Outbreak Management, Home Patient Monitoring and Fillation” updated the guide. The update in question, people who have had two doses of coronavirus vaccine Contains a significant change for.
According to the guide updated by the Ministry of Health, COVID-19 or those who have had two doses of vaccine and 14 days after the last dose, at the onset of the disease or in risky contacts within three months after vaccination quarantine will not be required.
People in contact with the Brazilian or South African variant of the coronavirus will remain in quarantine, even if vaccinated.
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However, let us state that there are two important exceptions in this regard. Individuals whose professional activities require close contact with risky groups, such as working in a nursing home or caring for elderly family members and Contact with cases detected in South Africa or Brazil variant For those, the Ministry of Health’s quarantine rules will continue to apply.
The Ministry of Health gave the following statements regarding the issue in the guide it has published:
“People who have previously had a laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV 2 infection, or who received two doses of vaccine and 14 days after the last dose, do not require quarantine at the onset of illness or in risky contacts within three months after vaccination (except for cases with a South African or Brazilian variant detected). However, doing professional activities such as working in a nursing home or caring for elderly family members those requiring close contact with risky groups Quarantine is applied according to the rules of the Ministry of Health for those in contact with cases with a South African or Brazilian variant. “