Fever of greater than 100.4 F° and lower respiratory tract issues such as cough and shortness of breath.
Other symptoms may include body aches, chills, diarrhea, fatigue, nausea and loss of smell and/or taste.
Check yourself for symptoms
You can answer a brief series of questions online and then follow the advice of the symptom checker about seeking medical care.
Those at High Risk for Illness
- Have a chronic illness (asthma, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS)
- Over 60 years old
- Weakened immune system/immunocompromised
These conditions make you more likely to become ill. There are things that you can do to protect yourself.
If you are sick
- Call your healthcare provider for guidance before you go to the hospital
- Seek emergency care if you have shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
How long should I stay home if I have Covid-19?
Please visit our community testing page for information about local testing sites.
On that page, there is also a list of links to testing options from retail pharmacies and other local organizations.
Practice Good Hygiene
We recommend following the same general practices of good hygiene to prevent COVID-19 as well as flu, colds and other illnesses:
- Regularly wash your hands with soap and water/use alcohol-based hand sanitizer in between
- Clean frequently touched surfaces – doorknobs, light switches, counters, keyboards, phones
- Sneeze or cough into the bend of your elbow or use a tissue to keep germs from spreading
- Throw all tissues in the trash and wash hands after emptying a trash can
- Don’t share food, drink, cups, spoons, forks, etc. with anyone
- Don’t go to work or school if you are sick
Call with Questions
CCBH Call Center – Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
MetroHealth 24/7 COVID-19 hotline
440-59-COVID or 440-592-6843