COVID-19 Symptoms

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Public Health COVID-19 Testing
COVID-19 testing is available at CHD Public Health. Currently because of the high demand our events are full. To learn more about COVID-19 testing and other available sites visit OHA Testing in Oregon.

Common symptoms of COVID-19 are listed below. People who have symptoms of COVID-19 should get tested. Talk to your doctor for more information. The Oregon Health Authority provides a great resource about the COVID-19 testing basics.


Fever >= 100.3F




Difficulty Breathing

Muscle Pain

Loss of Sense of Taste

Loss of Sense of Smell

Soar Throat


Nasal Congestion




Nasal Discharge

Feeling Feverish

Where to Get Tested
Contact your doctor’s office or clinic. They will decide whether you should be tested. If you think you might have COVID-19, be sure to call before you visit a clinic and let them know. They will tell you next steps so you don’t get others sick at the facility. If you don't have a doctor call 211 for a list of providers near you.

Seeing Appropriate Care
Individuals who feel very ill should seek appropriate care. If it is an emergency, call 911. For information on when to seek emergency medical attention you can use the CDC Self-Checker tool. If it is not an emergency but you feel sick enough to need a medical appointment, call your primary care provider. If you don’t have a doctor, call 211 for a list of providers near you

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