Where do I go if I think I have symptoms?

For your safety and the safety of the community, if you have traveled to COVID-19 infected areas, or had contact with someone who has, and feel sick with a fever and cough within 14 days, call your medical office and/or hospital ahead of time and explain your recent travel history and symptoms before visiting a doctor’s office, Emergency Department, or Urgent Care Center. Medical staff can help to make decisions about whether, when and where, you should be evaluated. This will avoid spreading the virus further to individuals in waiting rooms and other areas at these locations. As always, if you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, call 911 and seek emergency care.

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1. What is COVID-19 and how is it spread?
2. What is the difference between Coronavirus and COVID-19?
3. What are the symptoms to watch for?
4. Where do I go if I think I have symptoms?
5. What can I do to keep safe?
6. Should I wear a facemask?
7. If I have a fever and a cough will I be tested for COVID-19?
8. How will I be cared for if I test positive for COVID-19 and what is the treatment?
9. Is there a vaccine for COVID-19?