Yes, this is correct. Effective March 13, 2023, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health no longer requires proof of a negative viral test to leave isolation. As long as your symptoms are mild and improving, and you haven’t had a fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicines, contact tracing should be able to release you from isolation after speaking with you on Day 6. However, you will still be required to wear a well-fitting mask over your mouth and nose when around others, especially indoors, even after your isolation ends, until Day 11.