Symptoms of COVID-19 may appear 2-14 days after exposure and include: fever measuring greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit, feeling feverish, cough, sore throat, repeated shaking with chills, chills, muscle pain, diarrhea, headache, nausea or vomiting, fatigue, congestion or runny nose, new loss of taste or smell and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19, you should seek medical attention immediately. Emergency warning signs include: trouble breathing; persistent pain or pressure in the chest; new confusion or inability to rouse; bluish lips or face.
If you have life-threatening symptoms, you should call 911. If you are getting yourself to a healthcare facility, do not use public transportation. You should drive yourself, if possible. If you cannot drive yourself, keep as much distance as possible between yourself and the driver and leave the windows down.
You should wear a a face cover to prevent exposing others to your respiratory droplets when you cough and sneeze.