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Coronavirus (COVID-19) video resources

Here are some videos and articles that cover topics such as self-assessment, what to do if you have been exposed, and taking care of yourself at home.

  • About COVID-19

    COVID-19: What Is It?

  • Symptoms

    What are the symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)?

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) can cause a fever, a cough, and trouble breathing. In severe cases, it can cause pneumonia and make it hard to breathe without help from a machine. It can cause death.

  • When to call

    Coronavirus (COVID-19): When to call

    Call 911 anytime you think you may need emergency care. For example, call if you have life-threatening symptoms, such as:

    • You have severe trouble breathing. (You can't talk at all.)
    • You have constant chest pain or pressure.
    • You are severely dizzy or lightheaded.
    • You are confused or can't think clearly.
    • Your face and lips have a blue color.
    • You pass out (lose consciousness) or are very hard to wake up.

    Call your doctor now or seek immediate medical care if:

    • You have moderate trouble breathing. (You can’t speak a full sentence.)
    • You are coughing up blood (more than about 1 teaspoon).
    • You have signs of low blood pressure. These include feeling lightheaded; being too weak to stand; and having cold, pale, clammy skin.

    Watch closely for changes in your health, and be sure to contact your doctor if:

    • Your symptoms get worse.
    • You are not getting better as expected.

    Call before you go to the doctor's office. Follow their instructions. And wear a cloth face cover.

  • Caring for yourself

    COVID-19: Call First to Be Sure

    COVID-19: Taking Care of Yourself If You've Been Exposed

    COVID-19: Taking Care of Yourself If You Have It

  • Prevention

    COVID-19: 7 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Distance

    COVID-19: 5 Steps to Washing Your Hands