In most U.S. states, COVID-19 regulations such as wearing masks and social distancing are no longer mandated, at least not for people who don't have the virus. Are there laws in those states, such as in Ohio or Indiana, that nonetheless regulate people in other scenarios? For example, if someone has been exposed to COVID-19, are there any regulations they'd have to follow? Also, would a person's vaccination status or natural immunity (due to antibodies from already having had the virus) affect the answer?
And again, since the answer likely varies by state, I'll use Ohio and Indiana's jurisdictions for the purpose of this thread. Thanks!