What should I do if I test positive?

Follow KDHE’s guidance for what to do if you have or suspect you have COVID-19

 If you test positive on an at-home rapid antigen test, please note that because these tests are not observed to ensure they were done properly, your local health department or KDHE cannot give you a letter releasing you from work. If your employer requires a letter, you will need to get an antigen or PCR test that is either done by or observed by a healthcare professional.

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1. What are my options for COVID-19 testing?
2. How do I find & use an at-home COVID-19 test kit?
3. What's the difference between a PCR & Antigen test?
4. Who should get tested?
5. When should I get a COVID-19 test?
6. Where can I get a COVID-19 test?
7. What should I do while I wait for my test results?
8. What does my test result mean?
9. What should I do if I test positive?
10. When should I test if I am already in home isolation because I have COVID-19 or am in home quarantine because I was exposed to COVID-19?