I don't have any symptoms, but I think I may have been exposed to coronavirus. What should I do?

If you have recently traveled to an area under travel advisory, follow the guidance outlined by the CDC including staying at home for 14 days, monitoring symptoms, and practicing social distancing. If you believe you have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of COVID-19, monitor yourself for symptoms, avoid public contact, and reach out to your local health care provider. You can also let Nevada County Public Health (or your local health department) know by emailing public.health@co.nevada.ca.us

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1. What is a coronavirus?
2. How contagious is the virus?
3. Where has the virus spread?
4. How worried should I be?
5. Are we working to contain the virus?
6. Has there been community transmission in the United States?
7. How do I keep myself and others safe?
8. How can I stay informed?
9. I am exhibiting symptoms like one would have with COVID019 (fever, cough, shortness of breath) and may have been exposed. What should I do?
10. Who do I contact if I don't have a primary care physician or regular health care provider?
11. How does the coronavirus test work?
12. Can I get tested for the coronavirus?
13. I don't have any symptoms, but I think I may have been exposed to coronavirus. What should I do?
14. Are there medications should I keep on-hand?
15. Should public events be cancelled?
16. What does the California Shelter in Place order mean?
17. Who is considered as "essential workforce" during the California Shelter in Place Order?
18. What should I do if I have concerns about violations of the Stay-At-Home order?