Here is some information about who you should call if you have coronavirus symptoms.
Symptoms from the Coronavirus, COVID-19, can take up to 14 days to appear. This means that despite social distancing efforts and government imposed quarantines, there is still a possibility that you have been exposed to the virus before taking these measures. If you begin to notice any of these symptoms, it is essential to act quickly by contacting your personal doctor or medial service provider.
As a first precaution, if you have concerning ongoing symptoms you should call (not visit to avoid further spreading the virus) your GP for guidance.
For additional information the CDC (Center for Desiese Control) has also published a page on their site which details what to do if you are sick.
This NHS (Nattional Health Service) has also set up this website for you to check symptom severity and find further guidance. They have requested U.K. residents do not go to their GP, and instead first consult with this questionnaire.
NHS England: 0300 311 22 33
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