How can I tell if I have COVID-19?
Only a healthcare professional can diagnose symptoms, but there are some that are particularly common to coronavirus infections. COVID-19 is a lower respiratory infection, which means it mainly affects the lungs. Most people develop a fever with a cough and shortness of breath. Many also feel exhausted, and have body aches
 CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 Symptoms; https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
Other questions related to Coronavirus and COVID-19
- Is there a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot?
- How many shots do I need to get in total?
- How many times will I need to be vaccinated?
- Can things go back to normal for me once I get the vaccine?
- Is there anyone who shouldn't get the vaccine?
- Can people who are vaccinated still spread COVID-19 to others? For example, is there a chance they "carry" the infection but wouldn't know?
- The vaccine helps prevent COVID-19 but how long does the "immunity/prevention" last for?
- How can I protect myself from getting COVID-19?
- Can children get the vaccine or just adults at this time?
- Do I have to pay for the vaccine?