How do I know if I am exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19?
You are exhibiting symptoms if you have a NEW ONSET or CHANGE in one of the symptoms as indicated below.
Example One: If an individual is known to have seasonal allergies, and they have a runny nose and post-nasal drip that is presenting as it normally does during allergy season – then they can report to site.
Example Two: If an individual is lactose intolerant and eats ice cream, dairy, or a glass of milk and then has nausea or GI symptoms that are normal for them after they consume dairy – then they can report to site.
In both of these examples, an individual would indicate "no" on the screening form as they do not have new onset or change in symptoms.