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COVID-19 self-assessment

Last updated: July 16, 2021

Version 5.0
Updated questions to consider side effects that may happen in the 48 hours after getting a vaccine.

Take this self-assessment if you were exposed to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) or have symptoms.

You will get a recommendation on what to do next.

You can also take it on behalf of someone else.

If this is a medical emergency, call 911. Advise them of your symptoms and if you have recently travelled.

Everyone in your household must stay home if anyone has COVID-19 symptoms or is waiting for test results after experiencing symptoms.

Stay home until the person with symptoms gets a negative COVID-19 test result, or is cleared by public health, or is diagnosed with another illness.

The self-assessment is only meant as an aid and cannot diagnose you. Consult a health care provider if you have medical questions.

Visiting a nursing or long-term care home?

Some homes may need you to get a COVID-19 test before visiting. For long-term care homes, you do not need to get tested before an outdoor visit with a loved one.

Find a testing location near you to get a test

Did you get a COVID-19 test?

Your result may be available online if you have a photo (green) health card.

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