Self-isolating after (self)testing positive for coronavirus

If you test positive for coronavirus after doing a self-test or getting tested by the municipal health service (GGD), you must self-isolate immediately. This means staying at home in a separate room from others in your household. This is to avoid them becoming infected too. This page tells you how long you must self-isolate for and what rules apply.

Staying home and self-isolating

If you test positive for coronavirus after doing a self-test or getting tested by the GGD, you must self-isolate immediately. This means staying at home in a separate room from others in your household, even if you have been vaccinated against coronavirus. This will prevent you from infecting any people you live with and others.

Check how long you must self-isolate for and what rules apply 

To find out what you must do if you need to self-isolate and how long you must self-isolate for,

Length of self-isolation

If you test positive of coronavirus, you must self-isolate

Self-isolation rules

The following rules apply during self-isolation: