Call your doctor:
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
Folks who have a mild COVID-19 case are able to isolate themselves at home during their illness. Activities outside the home should be restricted, as you do not want to spread the virus to others. However, individuals should seek medical care if necessary.
Stay away from others: Folks should do their best to stay in a specific room away from other family members or roommates to reduce the risk of transmission. If possible, folks should also use a separate bathroom from non-infected household members.
Avoid Public Areas
Do not go to work, school, or other public areas.
Avoid Public Transportation
Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis.
Call ahead before visiting your doctor
If you have an appointment, call your doctor ahead of time to let them know you have or may have COVID-19. This will allow healthcare professionals to take all precautionary steps necessary to prevent others from being exposed or infected.
Practice Common-Sense Hygiene
Cover your sneezes and coughs.
Cough into your sleeve and use a tissue when you sneeze.
Dispose of the tissue immediately.
Wash your hands thoroughly and often.
If you are not able to wash your hands with soap and water, use hand sanitizer.
When using hand sanitizer, be sure it contains at least 60% alcohol, thoroughly cover your hands, and rub your hands together until dry.
Avoid Sharing Personal Household Items
Don't share dishes, glasses, silverware, towels, or bedding with others.
After using houshold items, thouroughly clean with soap and warm water.