Follow good cough etiquette and good hand hygiene.
You and your closest circle can be together as normal. Your closest circle includes those you live with and boy/girlfriends. People who live alone can also have two-three close contacts who they can be physically close to. They should be the same people over time.
Keep 1 metre distance from others than your closest circle. Distance between faces is most important. If you stand back-to-back, or behind someone in a queue, there is less risk of transmission. If you are sitting next to each other there should be a metre from shoulder to shoulder. Avoid physical contact, including shaking hands and hugging.
If you have respiratory tract symptoms you should stay at home and you should be tested.
If the test result is negative, you can go back to work, school or childcare centre when you are in good general condition, even though you still may have residual symptoms.