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Most patients with COVID-19 will be cared for at home. During this time, it is important to:
Home isolation means that a patient has confirmed or suspected COVID-19 and is being cared for at home. Patients should stay at home and be isolated from others until symptoms have improved and they are no longer contagious. During this time, it is important to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is especially important if other household members are at risk for serious illness.
Talk to your doctor about any symptoms that concern you. This list includes some of the more common warning signs. There may be others. In a medical emergency, call 911. Be sure to let the dispatch personnel and responders know that the patient has COVID-19.