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Last updated November 25, 2020, 10:55 am.
Please note: If you think you’re having a medical emergency, call 911 right away. Don’t delay. Chest pain, difficulty breathing, or any serious medical problem should be treated right away. Emergency medical professionals are available to treat you safely.
People with COVID-19 experience a wide range of symptoms, and health experts are learning more about symptoms every day. Symptoms include:
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or you feel you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, don’t panic. Stay home, self-isolate, and call your doctor or a test site for an appointment (see below).
Please do not go to a doctor’s office or emergency department without calling ahead.
Please do not wait for a test or for your results to isolate yourself. If you feel sick enough to be concerned about COVID, please stay home and isolate yourself from others right away.
Are you sick and not sure what to do? Did someone close to you recently find out they have COVID-19? Confused about the terms isolation, quarantine, and social distancing? Get the basics here in English y en español, or find more detailed guidance here in English and aqui en español.