Frequently Asked Questions

< Back 

  1. What can I do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19?
  2. What is a close contact?
  3. What is “Contact Tracing”?
  4. What is the difference between Quarantine and Isolation?
  5. Can isolation and quarantine be enforced?
  6. I have been diagnosed with or am showing symptoms of COVID-19 – what should I do?
  7. I think I have been exposed to COVID-19, but I’m not showing symptoms - what should I do?
  8. I think I was in contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19. Now What?
  9. I was told to quarantine, but I got tested and the test was negative, can I go back to work?
  10. Can I get the antibody blood test to see if I had COVID-19?
  11. Can you get tested in Grand County for COVID-19 if you meet the protocol? Once the person is tested, where is the specimen sent for confirmation? When will Grand County get rapid testing?
  12. What are the Activity Specific Protective Measures and Guidance Playbooks?
  13. What is the Compliance Verification Form?
  14. What is Protect Our Neighbors?
  15. How do we apply for Protect Our Neighbors?
  16. How do I know what level my community is in? What rules do I follow?
  17. I own a Short-Term Rental, am I allowed to operate?
  18. I own a business in Grand County, what do I need to do to open?
  19. What is an antibody test?
  20. Do you recommend antibody testing? Why not?
  21. Why do the numbers change/differ from my local health department?
  22. How is it determined which county a case belongs in?
  23. What’s the difference between confirmed and probable cases?
  24. What community resources are available?
  25. What type of healthcare is being provided?
  26. What mental health and anxiety resources are available to the Grand County community?
View All

Contact Us

  1. Follow Grand County Public Health on Facebook for accurate and current information on COVID-19 in Grand County.

    COVID Response Team Main Office

    Domestic Violence (GC Advocates)

    Mental Health (Mind Springs)

    Community Resources




    Colorado’s call line for general questions about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), providing answers in multiple languages:
    303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911