Quarantine is different to isolation and physical distancing.
If a public health authority directs you to, you must go into a mandatory 14-day period of quarantine. During this time they will monitor you.
You will need to go into quarantine if you:
have returned home from overseas
have been in contact with someone who has confirmed or is likely to have COVID-19
are entering certain remote areas in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Northern Territory (unless exempt)
are entering a state that has a required quarantine period
If you remain well after 14 days you will be able to leave quarantine. If you develop symptoms during this time you will need a test for COVID-19. Even if you test negative you must stay in quarantine for the full 14 days.
If you test positive you will need to go into isolation. Anyone who has been in your household is a close contact and must then go into quarantine.
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