Check it’s not an emergency
Call an ambulance now if you have:
- signs of a heart attack - pain like a very tight band, heavy weight or squeezing in the centre of your chest
- signs of a stroke - face drooping on one side, can’t hold both arms up, difficulty speaking
- severe difficulty breathing - gasping, not being able to get words out, choking or lips turning blue
- heavy bleeding - that won’t stop
- severe injuries - or deep cuts after a serious accident
- seizure (fit) - someone is shaking or jerking because of a fit, or is unconscious (can’t be woken up)
- sudden, rapid swelling - of the eyes, lips, mouth, throat or tongue
How about the following Symptoms?
How is your breathing? Which of these are you experiencing?
Do you have any of the following?
Do you have any of the following conditions?
Urgent medical attention may be needed.
According to CDC Guidelines, you may need to visit the Emergency Department.
Tell the emergency staff if you have had contact with someone with COVID-19 or if you have recently been to an area where COVID-19 is spreading.
Call an Ambulance.
You may be having a medical emergency.
According to CDC Guidelines, you should call an ambulance now.
Immediate medical attention may be needed.
Tell the operator if you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 or if you have recently been to an area where COVID-19 is spreading.
We are sorry you’re feeling sick.
According to CDC Guidelines, you should call a medical provider within 24 hours.
You have some symptoms that may be related to COVID-19. Call your healthcare provider, clinician advice line, or telemedicine provider within 24 hours.
Sounds like you are feeling ok.
Learn about what you can do.
According to CDC guidelines and based on your responses, your risk level for COVID-19 is low. The general precautions listed below are recommended to protect you and your family from risk of exposure.
Please continue to monitor yourself and if your condition changes, you can run through this risk checker at any time.
Stay at home and monitor your symptoms.
The CDC recommends that you call your provider if symptoms get worse.
Sorry you’re feeling ill. You have one or more symptom(s) that may be related to COVID-19. Stay home and take care of yourself.