Symptoms can appear anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure. They may include:
For more details about symptoms, visit the CDC website.
Call your primary care doctor or your local health department.
To learn more about the steps you need to take if infected, visit the CDC’s website.
If your doctor thinks you may have COVID-19, they will work with the CDC or your local health department to get you tested.
There’s still a lot to learn about the new virus, including how it spreads from person to person. However, here are some general rules from WHO on how to protect yourself.
For more information about steps to prevent illness, visit the CDC website.
For state-specific information from the CDC and state governments, please click here. A U.S. map will display and you can click on your state.
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