Do I Have Coronavirus? COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool

Published: April 2, 2020 | Updated: April 22, 2020 | Posted by: Moneymax


Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Self Assessment Tool

A cough or a random sneeze can scare you nowadays. Don’t panic. Determine if you need to seek further care by using our COVID-19 self assessment tool. This tool was created based on WHO and DOH guidelines to help assess your Coronavirus risk level.

How to use the COVID-19 self assessment tool?

Just answer six questions to help determine whether you should visit a healthcare provider for further COVID-19 assessment and testing. At the end of the self assessment, you will be given your COVID-19 risk level (low, medium, high) and directions for seeking appropriate care. Official hotline numbers will also be provided for COVID-19 concerns and severe COVID-19 symptoms.

✔️ Please keep in mind that our COVID-19 self-assessment tool should not be taken as expert medical advice. This tool is not meant to take the place of expert medical consultation or to diagnose or treat conditions. The tool was created based on official guidelines posted by the WHO and DOH.

What else can I do?

Keep yourself informed during these challenging times. Information about COVID-19 is constantly changing, and the level of COVID-19 activity varies by community. For current updates on COVID-19 and detailed health measures in your area, please visit the DOH website at www.doh.gov.ph.

You can also read about COVID-19 updates and tips in our articles below. We update this page regularly so make sure to bookmark it.

Stay informed, stay at home, stay healthy. Help fight COVID-19 by sharing the COVID-19 self assessment tool with your family and friends.

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