Patients who require hospitalization for their disease.
Healthcare workers and first responders (e.g. EMS, Police, Fire, etc.) performing direct patient care.
People living in a group setting (e.g. long-term care facilities group homes, and assisted living facilities)
Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.
The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.
Signs and symptoms of COVID-19 may appear two to fourteen days after exposure and can include
COVID-19 medical emergencies should be treated like any other medical emergency. If you, your child, or someone you are with is experiencing difficulty breathing and extreme shortness of breath; new confusion or inability to waken/arouse; bluish lips or face; or any other symptoms of a medical emergency, call 911. If COVID-19 is suspected, the caller should notify the operator if possible so responders are prepared.
Most cases of COVID-19 are mild and recovery can be done at home. Rest, drink fluids, stay six-feet away from others, and wash your hands and surfaces
If your symptoms are mild to moderate and you are wondering if you should be tested, please call our COVID-19 hotline for a screening. The questions asked on this call help determine next steps for patient care, whether it be self-isolating at home, heading to a COVID-19 assessment site, or going to the hospital. The staff answering the calls on this hotline help determine the best next steps to ensure our communities get the right level of care in the right place.