What you should do
if you think you have COVID-19?
Be alert for any flu-like symptoms such as:
- Fever over 100.5 F
- New cough
- New shortness of breath
- Sore throat
- Chills with or without shaking
- Muscle or body aches
Other less-common symptoms may include:
- Unexplained new tiredness, headaches, or confusion
- Nausea and vomiting or diarrhea
- Runny nose not related to allergies
- Loss of sense of smell or taste
- Decreased appetite
- Discoloration or rash-like appearance on the toes, particularly in younger people
If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 please contact your healthcare provider for an evaluation.
- If you experience any of these symptoms, please call your primary care provider or visit one of our urgent care locations and visit one of our Upper Respiratory Infection (URI) Clinics
- If you are diagnosed with COVID-19, remember that it is an illness that is managed much like any other cold or flu. Stay home, drink plenty of fluids, get lots of rest and wash your hands often. Here are some guidelines for you and your family ().
- If you are over 60, have underlying health conditions such as heart disease, lung disease or diabetes, have a weakened immune system or are pregnant, you are at higher risk. If you are high risk and have symptoms, please contact your healthcare provider or visit an Upper Respiratory Evaluation Tents.
What if I am ill with something else?
If you are sick with another viral infection and are not being tested, take care as you would for any other seasonal cold or flu. Drink plenty of fluids, get lots of rest, and wash your hands often.
If you need medical care, please call your healthcare provider.
Still not sure? Consult this symptom checker to determine if you should consult a healthcare provider.