Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms like cough, fever, or other respiratory problems should call their healthcare provider for guidance and separate themselves from others. Anyone who may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 should quarantine for 14 days from the last date they were exposed.
You should wait about seven days after you think you were exposed before you get tested to make sure there is enough of the virus for the test to find COVID-19 in your body. Even if you test negative for COVID-19 before the end of two weeks of quarantine, you should still stay home for the full 14 days, in case you get sick after your test. Find out where you can get tested at www.tchd.org/COVID-19Testing
Individuals with insurance
Call or email your healthcare provider, or a telehealth line or nurseline, to get their advice before going to any health facility.
Individuals with no insurance
The CovidLine is a free hotline for COVID-19 screening and telehealth service for Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas County residents who may not have insurance. CovidLine Telephone Hotline:
- Local: 720-902-9449
- Toll-free: 855-963-3721
Colorado COVID Symptom Support Tool
Get text messages that support how to manage your symptoms, access care, and more by using the Colorado COVID Symptom Support tool. Review general questions and answers on the state’s FAQ page.