(This is a edited version of a prior question that was considered "unfocused" so I am attempting to make the Q clearer)

Context: On Friday 6/26/2020 447 new cases of COVID 19 were reported in Duval County Florida. Across the US thousands of new cases were reported CDC. I assume that these persons/cases, if they were not already isolated in a health care facility, would be advised that they should/must isolate so as to prevent spread of this contagion.

Is there anywhere in the US where people who test newly positive for COVID-19 face mandatory (enforceable) isolation?

(Checking with my home state of Ohio, their State Department Coronavirus hotline tells me that they have not heard of anywhere in Ohio where persons that are newly tested positive are obligated to isolate.)

Do the contributors to Politics SE know of any mandatory isolation orders elsewhere in the US ?

I would very much like to see such a mandatory isolation order, if that is possible.

UPDATE: Duval County was used as an example only of a location that has experienced a significant increase in the number of new covid19 positive tests. If contributors have information from any other United States locations that might illustrate how local governments respond that would (even partially) provide insight.

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    The big problem here is that there are so many local jurisdictions that a meaningful answer isn't possible. I live in a suburb of Chicago which has its own health department. Go a couple miles south and the jurisdiction would be at the county level. Then the state might choose to take precedence if it feels local actions are insufficient. – Don Hosek Jun 29 at 14:34
  • @DonHosek, I am not seeking a universal answer (one that is accurate for all jurisdictions). I'd be satisfied with a response relative to even 3-4 jurisdictions, be they local or state. I'd like to be dissuaded from the notion that newly tested persons are told to simply voluntarily isolate and that failing to do so has no legal consequence. – BobE Jun 29 at 15:43
  • @BobE Which 3 or 4 do you want answers from? It's going to vary hugely across different countries, and probably within a country, and probably at different times. – DJClayworth Jun 29 at 16:16
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    @DJClayworth Limited to United States- I'd be satisfied with any examples where isolation (after + testing) results in an actual and enforceable order to isolate. – BobE Jun 29 at 16:24
  • @BobE Not sure if this meets your criteria, but it appears to be an enforced order to isolate. kentucky.com/news/health-and-medicine/article241200076.html – Don Hosek Jun 29 at 17:54