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Due to the high volume of inquiries, CDC is working to assist those with the most urgent information needs. If you have general questions regarding COVID-19, please see the CDC’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 FAQ page for timely information instead of submitting an email. This is a rapidly evolving situation, and CDC will provide information on our website as soon as it becomes available.
You may also access CDC’s new online Coronavirus Self-Checker tool from this webpage. This tool can help you make decisions about seeking appropriate medical care if you think you are sick with COVID-19.
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- Page last reviewed: February 23, 2016
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