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Coronavirus


Going home with a coronavirus infection

Going home with a coronavirus infection


Going home with a coronavirus infection

You were admitted to Erasmus MC and tested positive for the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 virus). Together with physicians and nurses it has been decided that you can go home to recover in self-isolation. Your family members must stay at home as well.

Getting home


When you leave the hospital and you are picked up by your loved ones, you must wear a face mask. The nurse will provide you with a face mask.

What should you do if your symptoms worsen or if you need medical help?


Do not go to your GP or the hospital, but call your GP. For life-threatening situations call 112.

Rules for living


Below we have listed a number of rules for living. These guidelines relating to the coronavirus have been prescribed by the RIVM for self-isolation at home.

If you are no longer in hospital and are staying at home, you must observe the RIVM guidelines. They have drawn up special rules for patients who tested positive and also for their household members.

Please carefully read the information on the RIVM website. If you are unable to access this information, ask one of the nurses in the department to print the information for you.

Rules for living for your household members/family members


Your household members/family members will need to self-isolate for 10 days from the day they last had unprotected contact with you. Your household members/family members can also choose to get a COVID-19 test on day 5 following the day they last had unprotected contact with you. If the test transpires that they do not have the coronavirus, they will no longer have to stay at home. Your household members/family members can get themselves tested at the GGD. To make an appointement, call 0800-2035.

Your household members/family members will also need to observe rules for living. These rules can be found at: https://lci.rivm.nl/covid-19-huisgenoten-EN. If household members/family members have any questions, they can contact the GGD’s corona helpline at 010 4438031.

Rules for living for you


Below we give you a number of rules for living based on the RIVM guidelines for coronavirus patients who may recover at home in self-isolation.

Note: these are just a few of the rules listed on the RIVM website. Please carefully read all the rules on the website.

When can I end home isolation?


You may leave the house if you have been free of symptoms for 24 hours and if it has been at least 7 days since your symptoms started. Do you have a weakened immune system? Then you may leave the house if you have been free of symptoms for 24 hours and if it has been at least 14 days since your symptoms started. This means: no fever, no head cold, and no cough. Follow the general advice that currently applies in the Netherlands about school and work at https://www.government.nl/.

Additional information


Rules for living at home can be found at: https://lci.rivm.nl/covid-19-patient-EN.


Foldernummer: 02-2021




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