Contact tracing is an important way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. County Public Health staff help individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 to identify everyone with whom they had close contact during the time they may have been contagious. Public health staff then notify “contacts” about their potential exposure to someone with COVID-19 while not sharing the identity of the person who may have exposed them to the virus. During this phone call, contacts receive information about COVID-19 symptoms and a referral for free testing. All identified and confirmed contacts are instructed to self-quarantine to prevent further spread of disease. During the quarantine, the contact may receive a daily phone call from Public Health staff who asks if they are experiencing any symptoms.