If you tested positive for COVID-19 using a PCR test, stay away from others and follow the instructions on how to isolate. If you have a positive test result for COVID-19, public health may contact you to collect information about your exposures and give you more information about preventing transmission to others.If you develop symptoms, contact your health care provider or take advantage of other testing sites to get tested. Follow the instructions on how to isolate.
Coloradans who are sick and receive negative COVID-19 test results should continue to stay home while they are sick and should consult with their health care provider about the need for additional testing and the appropriate time to resume normal activities.
If you need medical advice, call a healthcare provider or nurse line. It is important to CALL ahead BEFORE going to see a health care provider, urgent care, or emergency room in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. Tell them your symptoms and where or how you might have been exposed. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911. Tell the dispatcher your symptoms.