If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, or receive a positive lateral flow result, you must immediately self-isolate with your household and seek a PCR test.
If you receive a positive PCR result, you and everyone in your household must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether some members have a negative lateral flow or PCR. Some exemptions may apply for health and social care workers.
If you have symptoms but test negative for COVID on both lateral flow and PCR, you are asked to remain cautious. Continue taking daily lateral flows, and limit your social contacts for as long as your symptoms last. All members of your household should continue to complete regular lateral flow tests as well.