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What is COVID-19?

There are many strains of coronavirus but COVID-19, the strain originating in China, has made news as the global effort continues to stop the spread of this deadly virus.

COVID-19 is a strain of coronavirus originating in animals that we have never seen infect humans before. Because of this, we do not have a vaccine or treatment. COVID-19 is a respiratory virus and can be spread through the air via saliva droplets released when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It also can survive on surfaces.

Coronavirus Screening Online

You may benefit from a virtual doctor consultation if: you have recently been traveling to a high risk area, you have been in close contact with someone who may be infected, or you are experiencing symptoms such as fever and cough.

Our team of top medical professionals can assess your risk level and any symptoms you may be experiencing. They can recommend prevention methods and direct you to further medical resources such as COVID-19 diagnostic and antibody testing.

Take our COVID-19 risk level quiz here.

What are the Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

The most commonly reported symptoms of COVID-19 are: fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. New COVID-19 symptoms include: Chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of smell or taste, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.

What’s the Situation in the U.S.?

The U.S. has the most reported cases and deaths in the world, with approximately 7.4 million cases, 211,286 deaths and over 4.6 million recoveries. That said, the rate of infection is slowing nationally, though some states and counties are experiencing a surge in cases. Communities throughout the nation are still practicing social distancing with all 50 states taking some measure to lift shelter in place policies allowing residents access to previously closed locations such as malls and parks. Many businesses are able to reopen, assuming they follow their respective community and industry guidelines.

How Can I Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 and Avoid Getting Sick?

The best way to avoid getting sick is to stay away from people who are known to be infected, frequently wash your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds, refrain from touching your face (eyes, mouth and nose), and wash all common touch surfaces with soap or disinfectant. If you are sick avoid contact with all other people and animals to prevent the spread and seek medical attention.

Should I get Tested for COVID-19?

Due to the national shortage of testing kits, not everyone can get tested for COVID-19. If you are displaying symptoms and are an at-risk individual or live with someone who is an at-risk individual, you may be able to get testing. Call your doctor, local health department or book an online consultation with a PlushCare doctor to learn your next steps. A PlushCare doctor can give you a testing order form if they find you and/or those around you may benefit from testing. Learn about free antibody testing here.

Where is the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

U.S.: 7,425,555 reported cases
211,286 deaths

India: 6,305,643 reported cases
98,616 deaths

Brazil: 4,787,637 reported cases
143,243 deaths

Russia: 1,176,286 reported cases
20,722 deaths

Columbia: 824,042 reported cases
25,828 deaths

Peru: 811,768 reported cases
32,396 deaths

Spain: 769,188 reported cases
31,791 deaths

For live stats on reported cases and deaths by country click here.

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