No. First and foremost, each person reacts to the virus differently. While some students have mild or no symptoms, others have been very, very sick. In addition, students who expose themselves to someone with COVID-19 must immediately go into quarantine away from others and stay there for 14 days. If they continue to expose themselves to the person who has COVID-19, they must restart their 14-day quarantine. Therefore, if a student continues to interact with a person with COVID-19 for the duration of their illness (10 days), they may be in quarantine for up to 24 days (the 10 days the person with COVID-19 was in isolation, plus the 14 days of personal quarantine)—even if they never end up getting COVID-19. Please also keep in mind that the science is still uncertain, and having COVID-19 might not be complete protection and/or might not be lasting protection against reinfection.