Everyone can play a part.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, let others know they may have been exposed to Coronavirus, and what they can do about it.

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You can tell your contacts through email or text.

Both are free and both have the option of being completely anonymous if you choose.

Who should you tell?

We recommend telling people with whom you had close contact in the 48 hours before you started feeling symptoms.

By close contact, we mean that you spent 15 minutes or more together, and were less than six feet away.

Our system sends texts from a generic number and emails from info@tellyourpartner.org, so no need to worry that your personal phone number or email address will be used.

Grab your calendar or phone to make sure you have all the information at your fingertips.

We do NOT ask for any of your personal information, nor do we store your contacts’ information.

Please enter your contacts’ phone numbers (up to 10 people)

Enter the phone numbers of the people you would like to contact and the date you spent time with them.

If you want to include a date, enter the date that you last had contact with this person.


Please enter your contacts’ email addresses (up to 10 people)

We need the e-mail addresses of the people you would like us to contact. Don’t worry, you will be able to review everything before it is sent.

If you want to include a date, enter the date that you last had contact with this person.


What would you like your message to say?

You have two options.
You can either send a pre-written message
or a custom one.

Option 1: Pre-written message

Option 2: Custom message

Please select which message you would like to send below.

Please review the information below and click submit to send.

We can all take action to end the pandemic.

If you get diagnosed with COVID-19, help the people with whom you’ve been in close contact. Let them know, and show them where they can get reliable, up-to-date information, including where to get tested.

Please only use this site to notify a contact that you have received a real diagnosis.  Sending a fake message may cause unnecessary distress and take health workers away from their life-saving work.

In some countries, spreading false information can also lead to prosecution.

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