If you have any of the following symptoms, get a test. It is the best way to protect yourself and those around you. Without a diagnostic test it can be difficult to tell the difference between flu and COVID-19.
- have a fever between 100.4 degrees F and 102 degrees F, are feeling feverish, or feel warm to the touch
- have a new or worsening cough
- have a new or worsening sore throat
- have flu-like symptoms (chills, runny or stuffy nose, headache, body aches, and/or feeling tired)
- are having shortness of breath that is not limiting your ability to speak
- have new loss of taste or smell
- have new nausea or vomiting
- have new diarrhea
If you are experiencing sever shortness of breath or a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
Be aware that you may be liable for payment as it is not clear whether testing will be paid for by insurance or Medicare/Medicaid.