What should I do if I think I have coronavirus (COVID-19)?
If you have symptoms like fever, new cough or difficulty breathing, contact your doctor by phone before coming into a clinic or hospital. Many primary care and specialty care providers have the capability to do a video visit (virtual visit).
Most people with coronavirus (COVID-19) will get better without the need for hospitalization.
Separate yourself from other people in your home. Do not go to work, school, or public areas and avoid public transportation.
Treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19) includes supportive care, like taking fluids and medications as well as getting rest, to help relieve symptoms.
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