The main symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste and smell, and sore throat.
If you would not normally visit your doctor for these symptoms, don’t go to the doctor.
Call your doctor and ask for advice if you have concerns about your illness. If you cannot reach your doctor, or if you do not have one, schedule an appointment to get tested, or for more information or assistance call 707-253-4540.
If you are experiencing minor symptoms, call your medical professional. Please do not show up in person as you may infect other people. If you do not have a doctor, schedule an appointment to get tested, or for more information or assistance, call 707-253-4540.
When You Should Go to the Emergency Room (ER)
If you have profound difficulty breathing, unremitting fever, lethargy or weakness.
If you feel very ill and you have diabetes, chronic lung disease or other serious conditions.
If you feel very ill and have known contact with someone who has the virus.
Do not walk through the waiting room. Call ahead if possible. Ask for a face mask and identify yourself to staff.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, and cannot safely transport yourself to the emergency room, call 9-1-1 and inform the dispatchers which symptoms you have that are consistent with COVID-19.