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COVID-19 self-assessment

If you think you have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, use this self-assessment to help determine how to seek further care.

Severe symptoms
If you are having difficulty breathing or experiencing other severe symptoms, call 1075, +91-11-23978046 or ncov2019@gmail.com immediately. Advise them of your symptoms and travel history.

This information is not intended to provide medical advice. If you have medical questions, consult a health practitioner.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

COVID-19 self-assessment

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Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?

  • severe difficulty breathing (for example, struggling for each breath, speaking in single words)
  • severe chest pain
  • having a very hard time waking up
  • feeling confused
  • lost consciousness

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Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms (or a combination of these symptoms)?

  • fever
  • new cough
  • difficulty breathing (for example, struggling for each breath, cannot hold breath for more than 10 seconds)

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Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms (or a combination of these symptoms)?

  • muscle aches
  • fatigue
  • headache
  • sore throat
  • runny nose

Symptoms in young children may also be non-specific (for example, lethargy, poor feeding).

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Have you travelled outside of India in the last 14 days?

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Does someone you are in close contact with have COVID-19 (for example, someone in your household or workplace)?

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Are you in close contact with a person who is sick with respiratory symptoms (for example, fever, cough or difficulty breathing) who recently travelled outside of India?

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Self-assessment result

Please call 1075, +91-11-23978046 or email at ncov2019@gmail.com or go directly to your nearest emergency department.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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Self-assessment result

Please seek clinical assessment for COVID-19 over the phone.

Contact either:

  • your primary care provider (for example, family doctor) for a virtual assessment
  • Please call at Toll free: 1075 or +91-11-23978046 and to speak with a COVID-19 Emergency Helpline

You should:

  • Only leave your home or see other people for essential reasons, and where possible seek services over the phone or online or ask for help from friends, family or neighbours. Learn more about Opens in a new window self-isolating.

The majority of COVID-19 illnesses are mild. A clinician can help guide whether you will require further care or potential testing in person.

If you start to experience worsening symptoms, please visit your local emergency department.

Call volumes
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare may experiencing heavy call volume.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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Self-assessment result

It is unlikely that you have COVID-19 but you should self-isolate at home until you are symptom-free.

You should:

  • Only leave your home or see other people for essential reasons, and where possible seek services over the phone or online or ask for help from friends, family or neighbours. Learn more about Opens in a new window self-isolating.
  • Continue to monitor your health after your symptoms started. Learn more about Opens in a new window self-monitoring.
  • Not call your primary care provider.
Call volumes
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare may experiencing heavy call volume.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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Self-assessment result

It is unlikely that you have COVID-19 but you should self-isolate at home until you are symptom-free.

You should:

  • Only leave your home or see other people for essential reasons, and where possible seek services over the phone or online or ask for help from friends, family or neighbours. Learn more about Opens in a new window self-isolating.
  • Continue to monitor your health after your symptoms started. Learn more about Opens in a new window self-monitoring.
  • Not call your primary care provider unless your symptoms worsen or you develop new symptoms.
Call volumes
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare may experiencing heavy call volume.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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Self-assessment result

It is unlikely that you have COVID-19.

Practice Opens in a new window social distancing in order to decrease risk of COVID-19 transmission.

You should also Opens in a new window self-isolate if you:

  • are over 70
  • are immunocompromised (for example if you have HIV/AIDS, are receiving immunosuppression therapy or treatment for cancer or have had a transplant)
  • have returned to India from travel in the last 14 days
  • have come into contact with someone with respiratory symptoms
Call volumes
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare may experiencing heavy call volume.

Data Adapted from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.