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Coronavirus

COVID-19

Speak to a board certified doctor, securely from your phone or computer and receive an online screening for coronavirus signs and symptoms. If the doctor deems COVID-19 testing necessary, they will write you a test order that you can present to your local testing center.

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Total Infected

1,196,995

Total Deaths

64,581

Total Recovered

246,121


Total U.S. Infections

308,175

Total U.S. Deaths

8,396

Total U.S. Recoveries

14,697


Numbers are approximate.


Watch COVID-19 Spread Globally

Watch COVID-19 Spread in the U.S.


How to Prevent Infection

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.

Read the CDC prevention guidelines, here.

Signs and Symptoms

Fever, dry cough, and tiredness are the most common symptoms of COVID-19. Other symptoms may include: Runny nose, nasal congestion, aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhea, and difficulty breathing. Symptoms vary in severity from person to person and may take up to 5 days to display.

Read the CDC Symptom Guidelines, here.

What if I Think I’m Infected?

If you think you’ve been infected with COVID-19 call your doctor or local healthcare authorities. Depending on your risk level they may direct you to a testing location. If you are not a high risk patient you may be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days to avoid spreading the virus to vulnerable populations.

Read the CDC Infection Guidelines, here.



To Date COVID-19 Content:


Mental Health Center | COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread our nation’s mental health is taking a toll. Stay on top of your mental health here.

Updated April 2, 2020


Caring for Someone With COVID-19


As COVID-19 continues to spread it’s important we know how to take care of our loved ones if they get sick and are isolated at home.


Updated April 2, 2020


How to Stay Sane in Quarantine


As COVID-19 continues to spread many of us find ourselves stuck at home. Here’s how to cope!


Updated April 2, 2020


COVID-19 Anxiety


Learn how to manage coronavirus anxiety and how PlushCare can help you.


Updated April 3, 2020


COVID-19 Testing Info Center


Learn the latest info on when, where and how to get tested.


Updated March 31, 2020


COVID-19 The Uninsured and Working Class


The uninsured and working class are less likely to seek treatment when sick and are facing economic hardship. Learn what the government is doing and what your next steps should be.


Updated March 31, 2020


W.H.O. Declares COVID-19 Pandemic


The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Learn what that means and how you can stay healthy, along with the latest stats.


Updated April 3, 2020


COVID-19 Update


Learn how COVID-19 is spreading globally, how to best prevent the spread of the virus as well as symptoms, risk level and the latest stats.


Updated: April 3, 2020


COVID-19 Online Screening and Updates


Get the latest info about COVID-19, learn your risk level, and even meet with an online doctor for a screening and info session here.


Updated: April 3, 2020


What is COVID-19?


Learn what we know so far about the coronavirus.


Published: January 23, 2020


What’s Your Risk Level?

Do I Have Coronavirus? Take The Quiz Now

Take our quiz below to see if you may be at risk of coronavirus.

NOTE: This test is not an official diagnostic tool and should not be interpreted as such. Only a doctor can diagnose COVID-19 after official testing has been completed. See the CDC guidelines for at-risk populations, here.

I have had a fever in the past two weeks.

I have had a cough in the past two weeks.

I have experienced unexplained shortness of breath in the past two weeks.

I have traveled to or from a known location of an outbreak.

I have been in contact with someone traveling from a known location of an outbreak.

I have been in close contact with someone receiving treatment for coronavirus.

I work in a hospital or care center that has treated a case of coronavirus.

I am elderly or at risk of having a weakened immune system.

I experience chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, chronic lung disease, or cancer.