COVID-19 Coronavirus contact tracing
What is a close contact?
Only people who have been "close" to an infected person will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

Close contacts are people who you have
spent 15 minutes or more with, at a distance of less than 2.0 metres or
had direct contact with - such as sexual partners, household members or people with whom you have had face-to-face conversations at a distance of less than 1.0 meter.

The contact must have taken place between two days before and up to seven days after symptoms appeared.

How Manual Contact Tracing Works

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How App Contact Tracing Works
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