High-risk exposure period definition

High-risk exposure period means the following time period:
High-risk exposure period means the following time period: (1) For persons who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until ten (10) days after symptoms first appeared, and 24 hours have passed with no fever, without the use of fever-reducing medications, and symptoms have improved; or (2) For persons who test positive who never develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before until ten (10) days after the specimen for their first positive test for COVID-19 was collected.
High-risk exposure period means the following: For COVID-19 cases who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until each of the following are true: (1) it has been ten (10) days since symptoms first appeared; (2) 24 hours have passed with no fever, without the use of fever-reducing medications; and (3) symptoms have improved; or For COVID-19 cases who never develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before until ten (10) days after the specimen for their first positive test for COVID-19 was collected.

More Definitions of High-risk exposure period

High-risk exposure period means the following time period: (1) For persons who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until ten (10) days after symptoms first appeared, and 24 hours have passed with no fever, without the use of fever-reducing medications, and symptoms have improved; or
High-risk exposure period means the following time period as applicable:
High-risk exposure period means the following::
High-risk exposure period means the following: For COVID-19 cases who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until each of the following are true: (1) it has been ten (10) days since
High-risk exposure period means the following: For COVID-19 cases who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until each of the following are true: (1) it has been ten (10) days since symptoms first appeared; (2) 24 hours have passed with no fever, without the use of fever-reducing medications; and (3) symptoms have improved; or For
High-risk exposure period means the following time period: (1) For persons who develop
High-risk exposure period means the following time period: (1) For persons who develop COVID-19 symptoms: from two (2) days before they first develop symptoms until ten (10) days after symptoms first appeared, and 24 hours have passed with no fever,