What you should know about coronavirus (COVID-20) and the coronaviruses in your body: How to stay healthy and prevent COVIDs in your home or office.
What you should do if you think you have COVID: Talk to your doctor, and if you have a history of respiratory illness, call your doctor.
How to prevent coronaviral infections: Know your symptoms, including how to prevent and treat COVID, and how to keep your home, workplace, and other places safe.
What your COVID infection symptoms look like: How your COVI symptoms affect your health.
What symptoms should you expect from COVID?
What symptoms do you need medical attention for?
What symptoms do not look like?
How do I avoid getting COVID symptoms?
What questions should I ask my doctor before diagnosing COVID and asking him or her to prescribe medications?
What precautions should I take?
How do I keep my health and well-being?
What kinds of treatment and care can I expect?
The CDC recommends that anyone who has had COVID in the past two weeks contact a healthcare provider immediately, and to call 911 immediately if they have symptoms of COVID or COVID related complications, including coughing, difficulty breathing, fever, and sore throat.