Symptoms of COVID-19
- A fever of 100°F or higher
- Respiratory symptoms, such as dry cough or shortness of breath
What to do if you might have been exposed
If you think you’ve been exposed but aren’t sure…
Self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days after exposure. Call your primary care provider if you experience COVID-19 symptoms.
If you’ve been exposed to someone who has a confirmed case…
Self-quarantine for 14 days (avoid being closer than six feet to others). Call your primary care provider if you experience symptoms.
What to do if you have symptoms
If you think you have COVID-19
Call First. Stay home and call your doctor’s office, urgent care or telehealth line. They can advise you on whether you need medical care.
If you do need care, wear a face mask when you leave your home, if you have one available.
If you are experiencing symptoms...
Stay Home. Don’t go into work. Avoid spreading virus to others.
Contact your primary care physician. If you don't have one, call the Ohio Department of Health: 1-833-427-5634
Get medical attention immediately if you experience:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion or inability to arouse
- Bluish lips or face