COVID-19 Connect to Care

Use our tools to help identify your healthcare options related to COVID-19

Keep yourself and your community healthy by practicing these tips

  • Wash your hands often with soap for at least 20 seconds.

  • Stay home and avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

  • Avoid close contact with anyone you don’t currently live with.

  • Clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces and objects.

Symptoms & Next Steps

If you have any of the following symptoms, you should seek the appropriate medical guidance and care.

Mild symptoms commonly include:

Fever of ≥100.4°F (38°C)



Other mild symptoms may include:

Sore throat, headache, nasal congestion, malaise, muscle aches, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting, loss of appetite, loss of sense of smell or taste, chills, repeated shaking and chills

If you have these mild symptoms, here are some options:

Stay home

Rest, and avoid close contact with others

Consider a virtual visit

If you feel like you need emotional support, a virtual visit with a mental health provider may be exactly what you need.

Monitor symptoms

In some cases, mild symptoms can progress to a moderate symptoms and may require some supportive care.

Severe symptoms include:

Fever ≥103F (39.4C)

Blue lips or face

Persistent pain or pressure in your chest

New-onset confusion

Trouble waking up or trouble being woken up

If you have these severe symptoms:

Get medical attention immediately

You or your caregiver should call 911 if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms.

Notify the operator that you have COVID-19 or suspect that you were exposed to the virus that causes it.

Still unsure about your symptoms?

Use the CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker bot to help you decide whether to rest and recover at home or seek medical care.

Speak to a Healthcare Provider

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Virtual Care Providers

National Virtual Care Providers

What is a virtual visit?
Virtual visits are “online visits” with a provider through video chat on your laptop, tablet, or mobile phone.

PlushCare offers the ability to schedule a virtual visit. Most people pay $20 or less with insurance ($99 without).

Book Virtual Visit

Access a Doctor offers a $49 virtual visit without any insurance needed.

Book Virtual Visit

Most insurance providers have updated their policies for virtual care coverage. Learn more about your virtual care coverage.

Testing Information for COVID-19

Should I get tested?

Testing centers in your area may not be equipped to test everyone. As a first step, the CDC recommends calling your primary care provider. Your provider may be able to assess your symptoms over the phone. Please speak to a healthcare provider before going to a testing location.

Learn more

The CDC recommends that testing priority be given in this order:

symptomatic healthcare workers and people who are hospitalized

people in at-risk groups and symptomatic first responders

people who don’t fit the above categories but still have symptoms

Whether or not you’re able to get tested may depend on resources and available test kits in your community. Many testing sites are by appointment only. As more tests become available, testing priority may change. Check with your provider or your state’s website for up to date testing information

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