The Division of Public Health does not require quarantine clearance letters. If your employer or school requires a quarantine clearance letter for you to return, and you meet the quarantine clearance requirements and would like to request a letter from the Division of Public Health visit: de.gov/ClearanceLetterRequest

 

Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19 Quarantine

Contact Tracing IconWhat is Contact Tracing?

In contact tracing, public health staff work with an individual who has a positive test for COVID-19 to help them recall everyone with whom they have had close contact during the time-frame while they may have been infectious.

 

If you get a call from (302) 446-4262, or your caller ID says DE PUBLICHEALTH, please answer the call.

That’s a representative from the Delaware Contact Tracing Program calling to give you important information about your health. Please answer the call and take the time to speak with our contact tracers to help with our fight against COVID-19.

 

How you can help:

  • Provide a valid, up-to-date phone number when you get tested so we have the best contact information to reach you.
  • Ensure your doctor has your current phone number on file if you get tested by your primary care provider.
  • If you test positive, start thinking about the people you have had close contact with recently.

Stay informed: See the latest data on contact tracing in Delaware on the My Healthy Community website.

 

Download the DE COVID Alert App

Help your community by adding your phone to the coronavirus fight. Download the DE COVID Alert smartphone app – it is free and anonymous. You’re in control of the data you want to share. Receive exposure notifications if someone you’ve been in close contact (within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more) has tested positive for COVID-19 and is also using the app.

 

Join Our Team

Apply to be an Epidemiologist with the State of Delaware. See the job descriptions on Delaware Employment Link for more details.

 

Resources

Learn more about contact tracing from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


Get More COVID Data

For more data on Delaware COVID cases, testing and outcomes, including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community